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More flicking potential while pulling at 3 mph or a fast

walking pace. The  faster you pull the Sweep-N-Fill (SNF), 

it will perform  more like a drag brush. A  proper, slower

pace will bring faster results  (requiring fewer passes).

Make all  adjustments - leveling, brush aggressiveness settings, chain  tension, etc. with the transport wheels off  the ground and the  drive wheels resting on  the ground.

Keep tire pressures at 12-14 psi.



When brushing  in circular patterns, alternate direction of  travel between clock-wise and  counter

clock-wise routinely to  avoid brush  wearing into a cone  configuration due to brushing in  the

same circular direction.


• Apply more sand in center of green and leave outside  perimeter void of sand.

• Brush center until holes are filled.

• Then work from center of green and circle outwards,    moving excess sand to the  perimeter.




I. On a hard-level surface hook the SNF to the desired tow vehicle and activate the actuator to lower the SNF unto the  drive wheels with transport wheels off  the ground. 

II. Level SNF by adjusting tow hitch up or down to obtain the same ground clearance under the tongue (tow bar) and the back frame bar.  (tongue will be parallel to the ground plane.)

III. Slide cardboard under each brush.

IV. Adjust the brush height adjuster at each end of brush until the brush lightly touches the cardboard across the length of the brush. Tightening the nut raises the brush and loosening the nut lowers the brush.

V. Adjust chain tension by loosening the chain idler bracket and push idler bracket down with light pressure, and re-tighten idler bracket. This will provide chain deflection of 1/2" to 1" along the long run of the chain.)

VI. Remove cardboard. Travel to the brushing site and lower  SNF fully with drive wheels resting on the turf. Adjust brushes so they rest on the turf with brush height adjusters. Then loosen nuts on brush height adjusters to leave 1/8" space between nut and washer. This allows for floating of the brushes to follow the contour of the turf.

VII. Adjust brush aggressiveness on turf as needed. Loosen the nut for more aggressiveness or tighten nut for less aggressiveness.

Over time, brushes may become denser and lose some flicking potential due to the individual bristles becoming woven together. The brush can be brought back to its original looseness and flicking potential by combing the brush with either a pitchfork or mulching fork.

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