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    3 point rake options

    I'm looking for a rake that I Can attach to my 3 point to help with yard clean-up (leaves, small sticks) on the back of my 2210.

    I saw the CMP 3 point dethatcher (CMP 3-Point Dethatcher) it looks like it would work pretty well.

    Does anybody have experience with one and if so, how does it work for leaves and small sticks?

    Is there anything else out there that would work better?


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    I hooked this rake to my JD 650 today,,,



    then I raked leaves and sticks for 2-3 hours,,,

    It works perfect,,, but, the gauge wheels are a must,,,

    I could not imagine raking less than 7 feet wide,,
    the 650 had no problems,, but a couple times I had to use 4WD,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    I hooked this rake to my JD 650 today,,,


    It works perfect,,, but, the gauge wheels are a must,,,
    Did you add the wheels or was that stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rope_Chucker View Post
    Did you add the wheels or was that stock?
    The wheels are an option,, but, were on the rake when I got the rake.

    I did buy it used,, the rake is becoming my "go to" tool,,,

    I also raked the weeds around the apple trees this afternoon,,,
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    That looks like a pretty nice set-up. Is that basically a landscape rake with wheels to control the height?

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    I've been getting pretty serious about the pine needle rake available from Everything Attachments.

    LINK HERE

    I don't own it, but I've been looking a long time and I really like this one. The tines are individually replaceable and they even have spare tines available. The type of tines tells me this rake would be great for cleanup and dethatching.

    I'll report back when I get it and have a chance to try it out.

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    Well i sold mine york rake 6ft and wheels it did not work for me or my terrain I think is not for everyone-something you to think about In my case-thine are too strong to collect anything but strong enough to damage my turf/grass
    A dethatcher my work better but i do not have one yet For that price and free shipping CMP 3 point dethatcher looks very good
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    Hiya,

    I have one of these to do lawn raking, I tow it behind a 318 or the 2520, works well and leaves windrows that are easily picked up.

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    Personally, if all you are looking to do is clean up leaves and small twigs, I think an Estate Rake would be faster and work better. It's essentially a light-duty pinwheel-style hay rake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomd999 View Post
    Hiya,

    I have one of these to do lawn raking, I tow it behind a 318 or the 2520, works well and leaves windrows that are easily picked up.

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    Doh! We both posted the same thing at the same time!
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