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    Default Re: Got My Land Pride Rake (pics)

    Quote Originally Posted by kday64 View Post
    TR, you and I know that what you really want is a job as a lands pride quality assurance inspector and trusted testing agent. Why own if you can be paid to play?
    Sounds good to me.
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    +1 on the gauge wheels. I don't have them, and I regret it half the times I use the rake.

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    Default Re: Got My Land Pride Rake (pics)

    Nice rake and good call getting the wheels. But the wheels themselves look super cheesy, my local dealer sells LP and all the rakes he has a pneumatic.
    I'd think for the money they cost they be top of the line.

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    Default Re: Got My Land Pride Rake (pics)

    The key to raking (dirt) without wheels is speed. I had them on my last setup but don't miss them on the new one.
    That's a nice rake Danner.
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    Default Re: Got My Land Pride Rake (pics)

    Nice rake! One of them is on our "list"...
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    Default Re: Got My Land Pride Rake (pics)

    Quote Originally Posted by jake98 View Post
    The key to raking (dirt) without wheels is speed. I had them on my last setup but don't miss them on the new one.
    That's a nice rake Danner.
    You are correct.

    When I use my rake I am going slooow. Same with my blade.
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