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    Default Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    New information about our cutting pine straw rake, is available at PineStrawRake.com it features some new designs to make sure it is the best and most efficient pine straw rake on the market
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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    Ted,
    Looks real good to me, will be contacting you about one of your new rakes soon. I have been an advocate of these since I bought the first one from you.

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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    I agree looks good. I don't see replacement tines on the EA web site. Are replacements available?

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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    How well do these work on wet leaves? Anybody use one or know of a video
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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by iplumb View Post
    How well do these work on wet leaves? Anybody use one or know of a video
    Another good question.

    Seems there are 4 questions on this rake:

    How well do these work on wet leaves?
    Anybody use one or know of a video?
    Are replacement tines available?
    How much do replacement tines cost?
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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    There is no video of this rake in action(yet), We do carry replacement tines, and as soon as we have pricing information on them we will post it here, but more importantly there have been no reported broken tines yet due to the way we install the tines without having to weld them. More info coming soon!
    Ted Corriher
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    A family-owned American Company that also sells quality Made in USA Implements every chance we get! We pride ourselves on giving good product information and putting the needs of our customers above our own!

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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    There is no video of this rake in action(yet), We do carry replacement tines, and as soon as we have pricing information on them we will post it here, but more importantly there have been no reported broken tines yet due to the way we install the tines without having to weld them. More info coming soon!
    Thanks. I have several attachments from you guys (and love my compact PHD from you), and will be ordering a straw rake. I like your stuff. I just want to be sure I can get tines reasonably IF they do break. Scott H.

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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    We have finished pricing the replacement tines for the Everything Attachments Pine Straw Rake, and they are the same as the Leinbach replacement tines. for more info click here
    Ted Corriher
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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    We live in a fir, pine, cedar forest. We have no lawn and the ground is somewhat uneven. The needles, branches, etc. accumulate on bare ground. How well would the pine straw rake work under these conditions?
    Will the uneven ground make it difficult to rake?
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    Default Re: Everything Attachments Pine Needle Rake

    I have used the pine needle rakes as much as anyone on the forum and find they do a good job under most conditions. On uneven ground you can spill some needles but not often, the rake does a good job of following the contours. For instance you can rake directly across a small sapling stump and still carry the needles with you, might leave a handfull of them at the stump. In the mountains where I do most of my work the rake does a good job of gathering the needles while most rocks will pass through the tines.

    My current rake is a 6' Lienbach rake from Ted pictured below, it has earned its keep for sure. I will be buying another rake to cut down to 54 inch width and will buy a new 72 inch rake for next year, both with the replaceable tines. From my experience the replaceable tines are a worthwhile benefit as I have had three tines break off at the weld on my existing rake.


    Last year I bought the x749 and rake to clean up pine needles on several properties I maintain. Makes a very manueverable setup and has met my expectations. Since most pine needles would obviously be under the trees choose the width that will fit between them. I plan on one a couple of inches wider than the mower and a wider one for other cleanup jobs. With the mower deck removed I can bunch the needles into large piles to load easily. The grass isn't damaged with this rake either, in the pictures below the pine needles hadn't been raked in previous years before I took on the yard and had just about killed off the grass. With two rakings a year the grass is starting to come back.

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