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    i was wondering if one could use a 8ft 3pt tractor supply co on a 1026 and set the hitch lower lever so one could rake up lawn clippings after mowing tall grass?

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    Are you asking about what is often called a york rake and generally used to fine grade and remove small rocks and roots from loam in the process of making a lawn? If that is what you have in mind I suppose you could keep mowing in side discharge mode if you have that so that you keep pushing a bigger and bigger pile of clippings into a row, the clippings that don't get mulched, then you could make a pile with such a rake. Some guys figure out how to link the tractor supply items they discuss. No bagger technology with a 1026?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd1023epro View Post
    i was wondering if one could use a 8ft 3pt tractor supply co on a 1026 and set the hitch lower lever so one could rake up lawn clippings after mowing tall grass?
    Any high spots, big or little, you will tear the sod right out. After a few times you would not have any sod but a new lawn would be level as all get-out.
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    i agree with gizmo. that rake will tear your yard up. i bought a pinestraw rake from everything attachments because where i used to live we had a ton of pine needles. i used to use it after i mowed and it did ok after about 2 passes but even the pinestraw rake which has lighter tines will scalp a really high spot.

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    How about a Lawn Sweeper? They seem to work pretty good.
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