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    My Jakes Rake

    After a discussion on the best implement to drag my horse arenas I ordered my Jake's Rake. He gave me a $50 discount for being on the site. The price of the implement was fair, though shipping was crazy expensive. Anyway, finally got it attached to my IMatch, adjusted and I was very impressed. My arena has never looked better.
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    Looks very nice!!
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    The arena's looking good!

    I take it you got the I-Match/Jake's Rake bushing situation squared away?
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    Yes Erik I did, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranchhand View Post
    After a discussion on the best implement to drag my horse arenas I ordered my Jake's Rake. He gave me a $50 discount for being on the site. The price of the implement was fair, though shipping was crazy expensive. Anyway, finally got it attached to my IMatch, adjusted and I was very impressed. My arena has never looked better.
    Certainly looks good from here.
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    Yeah.
    Looks like it does a nice job.
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    Neat tool... Looks like it works good for your..

    I see a future "homemade" project in the works....

    Thanks for sharing..
    Good luck..
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