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 02-16-2004, 00:54 Post: 76986
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 landscape rake and hydro top-link q's

I am curious about getting a landscape rake. I'm thinking that it would do a good job cleaning-up areas under and around trees where wind-strewn pieces have fallen. Should be able to semi-drag it along and get most of the debris I would think. The area would be about 4-5 acres. I see that these rakes could also be a mild surface scratcher maybe as well.

Also thinking that a hydro top link would be good for box scraper work and could also use piping, fittings, cylindor for future control of blades and such.

How close to the mark am I here.

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One of my oldest atachments is an ancient York rake with scarifier, grader blade, and gauge wheels. I find it indispensible in my business. A top-n-tilt link will eliminate the need to stop and fuss with the adjustments on your link which are necessary to get the tines to engage the ground properly. It makes for a great combination and will save you hours of work. Just be careful around the trees and shrubs as you don't want to damage the trunk or root collar and cause an injury that disease, or a pathway for insects, that will eventually kill the plant.






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