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    JD 1025R - Looking for a category 1 'Lawn Rake'

    Is there such a thing as a Category 1 'Lawn Rake' that I can use to rake my lawn grass of small debri in the spring such as fallen twigs, etc?

    I have seen 'Landscape Rakes'..... but they are heavy duty and look like they are made for grading gravel drives.

    Thanks for any suggestions...... I thought about hooking up a cheap-o dethatcher...... maybe that would suffice.
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    I purchased an everything attachments pine needle rake. I use it to clean up and dethatch my lawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    I purchased an everything attachments pine needle rake. I use it to clean up and dethatch my lawn.
    Firemark--how did that pine needle rake work for u? the pics u showed, looked like u still didn't have any grass yet?

    u got any pics of it working for u? love looking at video's too. maybe i'm just asking for too much-right.

    don't get mad-i'm just razzing u some. love reading ur post's. have a good evening.
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    thanks!

    I just found this.... it is made in the USA, and appears to be similar to the pine needle rake, but with an extra row of tines..... a dethatcher.

    https://www.cmpattachments.com/CMP_3..._p/cmp-3pd.htm


    I have a cheap, tow behind dethatcher already.... maybe that is the ticket. I might try it first and if it works on small twigs and such, then I could upgrade to the CMP model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeFriday1979 View Post
    thanks!

    I just found this.... it is made in the USA, and appears to be similar to the pine needle rake, but with an extra row of tines..... a dethatcher.

    https://www.cmpattachments.com/CMP_3..._p/cmp-3pd.htm


    I have a cheap, tow behind dethatcher already.... maybe that is the ticket. I might try it first and if it works on small twigs and such, then I could upgrade to the CMP model.
    I wish they showed pics of the different sizes,,,

    Why the big price jump (almost double) from 60 to 70 inches,,,
    The ~$300 seems rational,, the ~$560 is a lot of price change for a few more inches,,,

    I built a single row one a few years back,,, tine spacing about 6",,
    the twigs and sticks just would turn and find their way through the tines.
    I still have it,, maybe another row of tines will be tried,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    Firemark--how did that pine needle rake work for u? the pics u showed, looked like u still didn't have any grass yet?

    u got any pics of it working for u? love looking at video's too. maybe i'm just asking for too much-right.

    don't get mad-i'm just razzing u some. love reading ur post's. have a good evening.
    The pics were of the back of my house my front and side have grass. I finished my 200 hour interval service yesterday. Got a mouth full of diesel doing that inline fuel filter! I'm back in service. I'm going to dethatch the front lawn and clean up where it meets the brush and will post some pics. Might fool with it today. It works great Jim and I'm glad I converted it to John Deere green and quick hitch compatible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeFriday1979 View Post
    thanks!

    I just found this.... it is made in the USA, and appears to be similar to the pine needle rake, but with an extra row of tines..... a dethatcher.

    https://www.cmpattachments.com/CMP_3..._p/cmp-3pd.htm


    I have a cheap, tow behind dethatcher already.... maybe that is the ticket. I might try it first and if it works on small twigs and such, then I could upgrade to the CMP model.
    I was going to get that but figured for a few more dollars the pine rake could dethatch and do a little heavier stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeFriday1979 View Post
    Is there such a thing as a Category 1 'Lawn Rake' that I can use to rake my lawn grass of small debri in the spring such as fallen twigs, etc?

    I have seen 'Landscape Rakes'..... but they are heavy duty and look like they are made for grading gravel drives.

    Thanks for any suggestions...... I thought about hooking up a cheap-o dethatcher...... maybe that would suffice.
    Do a search on "Estate Rake". There are plenty of models out there although most aren't Cat 1. They usually are just towed with a clevis pin connection.

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    They are basically just a small pinwheel rake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeFriday1979 View Post
    thanks!

    I just found this.... it is made in the USA, and appears to be similar to the pine needle rake, but with an extra row of tines..... a dethatcher.

    https://www.cmpattachments.com/CMP_3..._p/cmp-3pd.htm


    I have a cheap, tow behind dethatcher already.... maybe that is the ticket. I might try it first and if it works on small twigs and such, then I could upgrade to the CMP model.
    I just purchased this dethatcher. It works very well and I'm quite pleased with it. It will rake up small piles of pine needles.
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    Here is a classic video of that estate rake in action being pulled by a Deere no less.
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