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 06-25-2003, 11:10 Post: 58270
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Hey guys,

I am looking for a 3 point Cat "O" landscape rake for my Ariens cat "O" 3 point lift tractor. I ordered a nice Cat "O" 42 inch box blade from KingKutter but they don't make a 3 point "O"landscape rake. Anybody know of a manufacture who makes a 40 to 48 inch cat "O" lanscape rake without me having to make one myself???????

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 06-25-2003, 21:07 Post: 58316
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go ahead and make it , it will most likley cost you much less to make , and you'll be prouder of it when you done (Laughing out loud)






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 06-25-2003, 22:01 Post: 58326
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Holy landscape rakes Batman. KingKutter want 31.72 plus shipping for 5 rake teeth. Since I need 25 teeth I would have over 150 bucks just in teeth????? Does that sound expensive????






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well that does seem high beings you can buy the whole 7 ft. rake for around $200.






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Where??

At Tractor Supply a 7 foot KingKutter rake cat 1 is 369.00






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Orshlands farm and home in Northern Missouri has them for $265.99.






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Looks like this post has been answered and can be taken off the Unanswered Questions Feature.






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