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Impact Implements One-Point Lift System and Implements
Optimize your ATV/UTV and turn it into an all-purpose machine with attachments from Impact Implements. Available:
1-Point Lift System– Required for attachments. Quick-attach implements go on and off easy with a single pin. Manual lift/lower adjustment allows implements to apply down force for ground engagement. The 1-Point Lift System is easy to adjust and installs into a 2" hitch-style receiver. Heavy-duty 14-ga. steel 2" square tube design. One-pin implement attachment. Manual crank/lift for an additional 10" of fine adjustments. Three positions of assembly allow for various starting-point positions of implements. Wt: 20.5 lbs.
Blade Implement – Ideal for grading driveways, leveling dirt or working on other back-filling projects. Apply down pressure for customized cutting and leveling capabilities. Mounting pin included. Three-position blade with 12° angle adjustment in either direction (left/right). Reversible/Replaceable cutting edge. 52"L x 12"W. Wt: 34.2 lbs.
Rake Implement – Clear brush, rake woodland trails, prepare soil, knock down unwanted vermin mounds or do basic lawn care. Mounting pin included. 15 replaceable spring steel rake tines. 10"H x 50"W. Wt: 32.4 lbs.
Tine Plow Implement – Great for soil preparation. Beveled edge, spring steel tines cut through hard pack soil, leaving deep furrows for seeding. Mounting pin and six replaceable cutting edge tines included. 12"H x 50"W. Wt: 40.7 lbs.
Disc Plow Implement – Prepare your food plot, tend the garden or cut up untouched soil. Mounting pin included. Features eight, 14" notched, hardened-steel cutter disc blades. Two sets of four discs provide 54" of cutting width. Offers a stable axle with two heavy-duty roller bearings per axle. 13° fixed angle on the discs when mounted on the lift frame. Wt: 118 lbs.
1-Point Hydraulic Lift System – Powerful hydraulic lift provides an additional 10" of adjustment for implement attachments. Wired through your on-board electrical system and operated by an up/down control switch. 2" hitch-style receiver. Heavy-duty 14-ga. steel construction. Three positions of assembly allow for various starting-point positions of implements.
Landscape Rake with Tipper Latch – Use it to clear brush, rake paths, prep soil, flatten animal mounds and much, much more. Quick-pull release latch makes it easy to remove debris from tines. One-pin mounting to 2" hitch-style receiver. 50"W with 15 replaceable spring steel rake tines (each 10" long).
Plug Aerator – Perfect for core aeration, this implement improves the health of your lawn, reduces maintenance requirements and reduces soil compaction. 36 replaceable knives pull 3/4" soil plugs up to 4" deep. 10-1/2" up/down adjustment range. One-pin mounting. Requires a 2" hitch-style receiver. Use with weight tray (sold separately) for increased soil penetration.
Weight Tray – Attach to your disk plow or plug aerator for added weight. Holds two cement cinder blocks (approximately 80 lbs.).
3-Point Hitch Receiver – Works with the Category 0 hitch on your garden tractor and provides a mounting point for all rear attachments.
Sleeve Hitch – Works with the sleeve hitch on your garden tractor and provides a mounting point for all rear attachments.
Cultipacker – Break down dirt clumps and compress soil to cre
Web ID: 100130531
Rated 5 out of
Box BladeWorks great behind my 4010 Mule. Use it to level areas that feral hogs have dug up. I also use their disc with the same results.
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 4 out of
1 point lift and rear box bladeI bought the rear box blade 2 years ago specifically for grading my gravel road in the spring when it is soft from the frost going out of the ground. It has worked very well for my purpose with a couple of modifications. The first change I made was to the 1 point lift system, which I converted from the manual lift to a winch operated system. If you look at the manual and hydraulic lift systems you will see that they both use the same basic leverage framework, but the hydraulic system has the top lift arm reversed. I removed the screw crank and reversed the top lift arms. I added a pulley block on the bottom bracket that is used in the hydraulic system but not in the manual lift. This is where I used the pulley block with a grade 8 bolt. The winch goes from the rear rack on the 4 wheeler, down through the pulley block and back up to the upper bracket that is used on the hydraulic system. I put a grade 8 bolt in the bracket and attach the hook from the winch around the grade 8 bolt. When I retract the winch, the blade comes up. I also added 2 weight boxes and bolted them to the top of the blade for cement blocks. If you start grading early, when the road is soft you don't even need to add any weight. This is not a substitute for a tractor or a skid loader, but if you don't have the money for those, this system works well when the road is soft. Even with the cement blocks, it does not do a great job on compacted gravel so start when it is soft and you will be pleased. It also works well in getting a crown on your road because the blade is only 52" wide and angles. Works well for what is was designed for.
Date published: 2019-03-25
Rated 2 out of
One point lift system and 52" bladeThe lift threads were wearing flat the first day of use, making it difficult to crank. Needs to be a lock handle lift instead of the frequent cranking. The blade does not angle enough to put dirt to the side
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 1 out of
DisappointingPlastic roller that isn’t much use for anything
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 2 out of
One pt. LiftFor very limited use, may be ok. I use mine for food plots and if your intent is to use often, spend the extra money and buy the hydraulic lift. On and off 4 wheeler to crank up and down. I converted mine to hydraulic and now very functional and useful.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 2 out of
Light Duty Use OnlyGreat concept, poor execution. It bent like a pretzel FIRST USE. Going to take it apart and improve it. The arms on the side that connect the two sides are way to thin of material. I had to get a big pipe and a hammer in order to finish my plot. I was dragging with a 570 Ranger at 4-5 mph. In already planted and worked soil from spring. Was discing with 51" ATV disc to plant fall turnips. Things started looking odd with the soil, got out and looked and seen this! Used it to finish, after straightening, with the unit all the way and changed hitch location. That way the side arms couldn't side load on turns. New ones will be 1/2" plate!
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 4 out of
Lost HardwareOut of this group of implements I ordered the cultipacker. When it arrived the shipping box was heavily damaged but the contents were okay except for the fact that the bag of hardware i. E. Nuts and Bolts was missing. contacted the manufacturer and with proof of purchase they immediately shipped me out replacement parts. very good to work with friendly courteous Quick Service. cultipacker works great. But be aware, it does have plastic Wheels. I am doing food plots on a small scale so it should not be a problem for me. I feel the missing parts where the shipping company's fault and not the manufacturer but they were still a pleasure to work with.
The Pond Hunters, Surry, VA
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 4 out of
Plows for Food PlotsI recently ordered the Single Point Lift System with Time and disc plow attachments. I am using this with my HTV for preparing food plots of between one and 1/2 acres plots. So far this system seems to excellent in soft ground areas. I have not had to use it in harder , rockier soil. I did have a defective TINE break off in initial use of the Tine Plow and waiting for Cabela's to respond with disposition.