We are now in the "mud season" here in Northeast CT. The snow has collapsed from 42" deep in the north yard to about 12" but, it is dense.
The driveway is muddy and is getting rutted. I dug out the earthcavator attachment and put it on the 3310 which has the electric lift. I've owned it for 10 years but this was the first time I used it. It has problems because it doesn't float. It made the driveway smoother but the leaves clumped and then I had to go shopping. While I was out, the UPS guy made a delivery and messed up the beginning of the drive. He walked the rest of the way.
I think the earthcavator is a really good tool for fixing the driveway but the tractor needs to have float. I used the backblading function of the tool. It also has boxscraper and scarifier functions. The first pic shows the end of the drive with the right side backbladed and the left is how it looked to start.
If you get a chance, look the earthcavator up on youtube. Good Luck, Rick