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    Default Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    Hi All,

    Last week I came across what I thought was a pretty cool tooth-bar style attachment. It was different than a regular tooth bar in that it actually had two rows of teeth, one row that pointed straight out (like a regular tooth bar) and one row that pointed down.

    Also, the teeth fairly triangular, if I recall correctly. It was designed to aid in bush and land clearing--you could use the two sets of teeth to knock down and then rip out vegetation with your bucket.

    I thought it was a neat idea, but I forgot to bookmark it, and now I'm trying to find it again... and search as I might, I'm not finding it. I must not be hitting the right keywords.

    Does what I'm describing sound familiar to anyone here? Got a link to help a poor soul out? :-)

    -Josh

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    Default Re: Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    I think you might be talking about Ratchet Rake (I bookmarked it probably from same post as you are remembering )

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    Default Re: Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    Hello Josh,

    I think what you are looking for is a Harley Rake.

    Edit: Whoopsie!!!, It is the ratchet rake!!!
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    Default Re: Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    Tractor Supply sells the Ratchet Rake, makes a great Xmas gift for your tractor.
    Sam
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    Default Re: Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    It could be a Jake Rake...He is an advertiser on TBN and a fine young man..look him up...
    Bob

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    Default Re: Help me remember what this "tooth bar" type attachment was called...

    The Jake Rake looks cool, but what I was remembering was definitely the Ratchet Rake.

    First I have to get an FEL, of course. :-) I'm just compiling a list of the stuff I'd have a use for.

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