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  1. #11
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    B2620, Toro Z-Master 45 3 (2 3hp Kaw asaki, 52" deck.Kubota RTV 900)

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    Mike in Ct,
    I have a 6' Leinbach for sale in the TBN classifieds. It includes the Leinbach wheels.

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    John Deere 4110 HST

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    Will,
    I've tried to e-mail you about your rake, but haven't got any response. I'm not sure if you're getting the e-mail.

  3. #13
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    B2620, Toro Z-Master 45 3 (2 3hp Kaw asaki, 52" deck.Kubota RTV 900)

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    Mike,
    I have received your e-mail, and have sent you a private message with my phone number.

  4. #14

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    Harrisburg, Illinois
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    MF 165, Kioti 2554

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    Here is a little better view from the rear.
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  5. #15
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    L4310hst-loader-hydraulic top link

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    I curious how much does a 84 inch rake with gauge wheels list for? Or better yet what is the bottom line delivered to DE. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Also I tried your the link to your site from another post and it was a dead link. Have you moved your site? I'm interested in your product line and also what price range it's in.

    Gordon

  6. #16
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    Tucson, Arizona
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    Ford 3550 Industrial / 1937 John Deere Model B/ 4310 John Deere

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    I have been pricing rakes and am thinking of buying the Woods LR72 for my JD 4310. Has anyone had a bad experience with Woods rakes? Does Woods make good implements? Thanks in advance for the info.
    John

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    JD425 lawn tractor; JD4710 CUT; JD JX75 Walk Behind

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    Hi John...

    I bought a Frontier 1172 6' landscape rake. These are made by Woods. I bought this because they looked awfully durable and rugged. I got the one with the grader blade. See attachment.

    Bob
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    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    Here's another picture of the LR1172 with grader blade folded down. I'm very pleased with this rake's performance.
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  9. #19

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    MF 165, Kioti 2554

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    I like the idea of a fold down blade, and must admit it's an option we currently do not offer. Is this a mistake? Or do most folks use a rear blade or box scraper for grading rather than loading up a rake with options?

  10. #20

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    Monroe,Washington
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    New holland TC29-9x3 Woods 1012 FEL, Woods, 7500 Backhoe / Kubota L345DT 4WD, Kub FEL, Kub Backhoe

    Default Re: Landscape rakes

    I concurr with Jim, I also like the fold down blade idea. However on the LR1172 the vertical swing down mounts appear to be sort of weak. Could be trouble brewing, if you are swinging in tight arc, with a bunch of material against one of those end plates.

    A few improvements I'd like to see would be tilt adjustment and a higher moldboard with removeable end plates.

    With these improvements I think someone could make a practicle single implement that could replace two seperate current implements ( Rake & Backblade ). Hint! Hint!

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