Ive found several topics here on york rakes, many are for tractors other than the 1025r. Obviously soil conditions in your area and intended use would have a huge impact on the size your machine will handle. The york rake is one of the most basic of our implements so it could potentially be the cheapest and have the fewest options. Probably the least variation between brands. The Tarter from TSC looks decent and maybe one of the least expensive. They even offer wheels to be added. Most of our local soils are RELATIVELY stone free and a nice loam, not a lot of clay. I have a long background in running Bobcats but we never used york rakes, only "Rockhounds" so I am basing a decision on assumptions. I would think the 1025r would easily handle a 5ft rake but is 6 too much? As much as I prefer hydraulic control, I am leaning on the addition of wheels. It seems like its worth lthe cost. They remind me of training wheels in appearance and function BUT if they help do a better job, should I really care what it looks like? What have you 1025r owners found to be the best size rake for your machines? Do you experienced operators prefer wheels or going naked? I think a great option would be hydraulic angling but I guess that would require either a diverter or disconnecting the loader. I would definitely want full use of the loader when raking. For now I guess I would be stuck with manual angling. If it became worth it I guess a diverter could be added as well as a simple hydraulic angling cylinder. Of the TSC lines I opted for the yellow tiller. The salesperson actually didnt want to sell me the yellow one for a SCUT. I had to insist. In york rakes I just dont see a lot of difference between the yellow and orange 5 ft versions. Does anyone else see a difference I missed?