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    Default The Jake Rake

    There is a new breed or rakes on the market now, and they are ready to get to work on your horse arena. Designed to cultivate, level and harrow horse riding arenas, the Jake Rake will provide that good footing that your horses dream of. It all starts by the scarifier teeth which will break down hard packed soil. Spring tooth harrows can get hung up on hard packed clay and create chunks of earth that pay a toll to good footing. The Jake Rake is fully adjustable, the scarifier teeth are pined on and can easily be moved up or down for deep tillage or grading the arena. Competitor products feature bolted on shanks that require tools and time to move up and down. Also, The Jake Rake offers infinite adjustments for the rake with the adjustable top link where as other products have either welded in place or bolted rakes that require tools to adjust. The Jake Rake is virtually maintenance free without bearings and grease Zerk's, all that is needed to maintain is the teeth. No other competitor product offers the feature to add weight to their product. The Jake rake can hold up to 16 of the 40 pound suitcase weights which is a huge advantage for down pressure or ballast when using the FEL. Every Jake Rake is quick hitch compatible and feature category 1 linkage pins. There are 3 models to choose from, the SC48, CU60, and CU72. The SC48 is designed to be pulled by a sub compact utility tractor. Being only 4 foot wide, you gain the ability to operate in tight quarters while still getting that great footing that the larger models offer. The CU60 is the perfect size for tractors ranging from 20-30 hp. Being 5 foot wide, the CU60 will cover the tracks of a tractor 50" wide and provide that great footing desired by horse people everywhere. The CU72 is our largest, and most popular model which is best suited for 30-45 hp. The CU72 will cover your tracks and get the job done fast. This patented product is the new addition to the arena rake market and it is ready to work. Custom colors are available. Made in the USA! Reclaim your arena today!
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    My Fleet:
    2004 Deere 317 Skid Steer Loader
    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    Nice Job
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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    are you building these? they look good. and what happened to your larger jd, that i recall being listed on your signature line,


    also it appears i mach compatible not sure what the copyright issues with clamming that are....

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by gwjd View Post
    are you building these? they look good. and what happened to your larger jd, that i recall being listed on your signature line,
    The 3720? Thats my dads, i havent added it to my signitare, even though my dad says its mine. I actually have someone manufacturing these, i assemble them and distribute them out. I currently have 5 units on hand, the one pictured is already sold.
    My Fleet:
    2004 Deere 317 Skid Steer Loader
    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

    Member of the TBN "Young gun" Club

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    ah cool well looks great your doing well for your age not many young people have equipment lines. great to see a simple tough made in usa implement i really like the weight rack idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwjd View Post
    ah cool well looks great your doing well for your age not many young people have equipment lines. great to see a simple tough made in usa implement i really like the weight rack idea
    Thanks! I am currently working on a professional series that i hope to introduce to the market by 2011. I just went out a tried the CU72 in an outdoor arena with woodchips. It preformed excellently.
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    My Fleet:
    2004 Deere 317 Skid Steer Loader
    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    Congradulations on the new improved implement .
    I wish you great success with it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Johndeere3720 View Post
    There is a new breed or rakes on the market now, and they are ready to get to work on your horse arena. Designed to cultivate, level and harrow horse riding arenas, the Jake Rake will provide that good footing that your horses dream of. It all starts by the scarifier teeth which will break down hard packed soil. Spring tooth harrows can get hung up on hard packed clay and create chunks of earth that pay a toll to good footing. The Jake Rake is fully adjustable, the scarifier teeth are pined on and can easily be moved up or down for deep tillage or grading the arena. Competitor products feature bolted on shanks that require tools and time to move up and down. Also, The Jake Rake offers infinite adjustments for the rake with the adjustable top link where as other products have either welded in place or bolted rakes that require tools to adjust. The Jake Rake is virtually maintenance free without bearings and grease Zerk's, all that is needed to maintain is the teeth. No other competitor product offers the feature to add weight to their product. The Jake rake can hold up to 16 of the 40 pound suitcase weights which is a huge advantage for down pressure or ballast when using the FEL. Every Jake Rake is quick hitch compatible and feature category 1 linkage pins. There are 3 models to choose from, the SC48, CU60, and CU72. The SC48 is designed to be pulled by a sub compact utility tractor. Being only 4 foot wide, you gain the ability to operate in tight quarters while still getting that great footing that the larger models offer. The CU60 is the perfect size for tractors ranging from 20-30 hp. Being 5 foot wide, the CU60 will cover the tracks of a tractor 50" wide and provide that great footing desired by horse people everywhere. The CU72 is our largest, and most popular model which is best suited for 30-45 hp. The CU72 will cover your tracks and get the job done fast. This patented product is the new addition to the arena rake market and it is ready to work. Custom colors are available. Made in the USA! Reclaim your arena today!
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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59 View Post
    Congradulations on the new improved implement .
    I wish you great success with it.
    Thanks LBrown59. I have been waiting on parts from canada but the delivery truck broke down so i cant install the toplinks or pins until when they get here on probably saturday morning.
    My Fleet:
    2004 Deere 317 Skid Steer Loader
    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    I don't have horses, but that looks great! I really hope that you sell a ton of these and become rich and famous! If I remember correctly you are still young correct?

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    Default Re: The Jake Rake

    That tool is pretty cool. I can see it being used in several areas....if it works like I imagine. I like the adjustable spiked teeth on the back. What do they sell for?
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