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    6 foot harrow rake with a 3032?

    I am wondering if I can pull a six foot harrow rake with a 3032. Someone near by has on for sale. It is a cat 1 three point. Opinions?

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    It is possible that your limited description could apply to as many as 6 totally different implements.
    A photo or much more detailed description may be needed to get a good response,

    The hole sizes on the implement connection points will determine if it is CATI or CATII,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post


    It is possible that your limited description could apply to as many as 6 totally different implements.
    A photo or much more detailed description may be needed to get a good response,

    The hole sizes on the implement connection points will determine if it is CATI or CATII,,
    He did say it was a CAT 1 implement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTaz View Post
    He did say it was a CAT 1 implement.
    Yea, I misread that,,,
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    I pull a 6' rake harrow with my 3025 just fine.
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    If by "harrow rake" you mean "landscape rake" or "york rake", you should have no trouble provided you're patient. I rented a 6' york rake - I'd requested 5' but they only had the 6' model. My 4200 - 26HP - pulled it just fine as long as I didn't try to do more than the rake could handle.
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    Thanks for the replies.
    Yes a landscape rake is what I was referring to. I would be using it to rake and smooth corrals, and roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gdubyacobb View Post
    Thanks for the replies.
    Yes a landscape rake is what I was referring to. I would be using it to rake and smooth corrals, and roads.
    A 3032E can handle a 6-foot landscape rake just fine. In fact, it would handle a 7-footer as well.
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