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LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT BOX SCRAPERSStrength and durability to power through your most challenging jobs.

Production of the Gannon box scraper began in 1948 with the first model known as the Earthcavator. Since that time, the Gannon name has become synonymous with heavy-duty, construction grade box scrapers.

A variety of models are available with hydraulic scarifiers, high or low back construction to meet your host machines power output and desired box scraper capacity, and adjustable tailgates for fine or heavy grading. Each box scraper is manufactured from high strength materials and strong, wear-resistant cutting edges for years of dependable service.

Gannon box scrapers are the workhorse of the construction industry. These box scrapers are ideally designed for use on Category II industrial tractors, skip loaders and agricultural tractors ranging from 40 100 hp. Their rugged construction is well suited to tackle the most demanding worksite leveling jobs.

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