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I am in the market for a landscape rake for my 1025r. It's not something that will be used super heavily, but would be nice to have. I still haven't landed on a brand, but I am curious if anyone knows anything about the Tractor Supply County Line brand?
They have two 60 inch rakes. One is marked for sub-compact tractors, the other doesn't specify. The SCUT model is 25 lbs lighter, but it's a special order, and they have have the heavier one in stock.
Just wondering if anyone has any thoughts on those. I would think heavier may be better, assuming the 3pt can still lift it high enough.
If there are other brand I should be looking at, send them over!
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I don't have their landscape rake but I have several other County Line branded attachments. Never had any problems with any of them.

The equipment that is painted red for the SCUTs is specifically designed with work with Cat 0 and Limited Cat 1 machines. I assumed that had something to do with the way the 3pt connections were made on the attachment to change the angles due to the limited lifting heights of most Cat 0 machines.

Thusfar I have no hesitation buying/recommending any of their attachments.
 
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After having a landscape rake,,, I can say I would not own one with out the wheels,,,

 

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I have a 72" Kodiak and the 1026 has no trouble except I have fiddle with the lift range to get it to lift high enough to clear the material I am raking. I am planning to modify it to make fit the limited 3 oh better. You might be better to go for the unit designed for the limited 3ph.
 

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They have two 60 inch rakes. One is marked for sub-compact tractors, the other doesn't specify. The SCUT model is 25 lbs lighter...
I have the 72" Everything Attachments Xtreme Duty rake. It is 50 lbs heavier than the County Line 72" rake and I can lift it fully with the gage wheels installed. Since the 72" and 60" are the same price I would strongly consider going with the larger one. It is real nice to have the extra width when you are using it while angled. Having gage wheels and floating the top link greatly increases its value in my opinion.
 
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I have the 72" Everything Attachments Xtreme Duty rake. It is 50 lbs heavier than the County Line 72" rake and I can lift it fully with the gage wheels installed. Since the 72" and 60" are the same price I would strongly consider going with the larger one. It is real nice to have the extra width when you are using it while angled. Having gage wheels and floating the top link greatly increases its value in my opinion.[/QUOTE] yelp, I have the frontier model rake, and after I got over the sticker shock of my wheel kit, it works so------------------much better with wheels. frontiers wheel kit was half of what the rake cost. hate to admit that, especially after being on u-tube and seeing how different fellas made wheel kits for their rakes. too late then, already had mine. yeah-u want wheels.
 
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