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    Veteran Member pitt_md's Avatar
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    Default Re: 7-foot landscape rake

    Quote Originally Posted by IslandTractor View Post
    I have a Woods LR72. I think this is the lighter duty range. Nice rake but I did manage to break three or four tines backing into a stump. Not sure the Woods is worth all that much more than the other brands. I previously had a Bush Hog that was just as well made.
    I T, you hit the nail on the head. I looked at how the woods was made and was using a york rake and I bought the leinbach rake for it's price and because it seems to be just as well made as the others.

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    Veteran Member Charlesaf3's Avatar
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    Richmond VA & Irvington VA
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    Default Re: 7-foot landscape rake

    to expand on IT, I'd guess he means others of a similar quality. I have a TSC Farm Force, and it was a complete waste of money. It looks similar, but I should have paid more and got something that my b3030 didn't break the first time I used it. ON A LAWN!!!!

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    Neat stuff - ATI Preseeder, Hydraulic PHD, Wallenstein BX62r Chipper, Millonzi Grapple, CA 4n1 Bucket. Delta Hook Rear QA system.
    Too many other random attachments to list (or to own, per my wife) and a really bad tool addiction. But at least I haven't bought a dump truck or bulldozer. Yet.

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    Veteran Member amigauser's Avatar
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    Unionville, Connecticut USA
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    Default Re: 7-foot landscape rake

    I also have the Woods LR72 that I picked up used from eBay and I have been very happy with it. They are very pricy though as I think the price of mine new with gauge wheels was around $1300 or so. I paid about 1/2 that

    If I was buying new I would probably go with Leinbach as their products are very well made and much less $$ than some of the bigger brands. I would stay away from the cheap farmforce etc. rakes. You get what you pay for.
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