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    Default ETA landscape rake is a beast

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    Finally got to hook up and use my new ETA Extreme Duty landscape rake today. I am really impressed. As you can see in the photos , I cut a new road through a section of woods I haven't accessed before. First I went through with just the loader digging up trees, and pushing dead trees aside. Then went through with my bush hog to shred leaves and old, rotten wood, then six passes with the rake, and I had a road. The rake is heavy as ****, and really does a number grabbing and dragging the debris. I stopped and cleaned out the tines each pass, and was amazed how easy everything just dropped out. Now I just need the ETA wicked root grapple ! Thanks, Ted !

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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Sorry, the BEAST moniker has already been reserved for their box blade. You have to come up with another name!

    Looks real good!

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    Thanks for sharing the pics! We love to see our attachments in action on here!
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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Congratulations, that is a nice looking piece of equipment.

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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Is that the 7 footer? Looks like maybe on tine got sprung a little?

    Still happy with it? Am considering one myself soon. Torn but considering the 7 ft. Tractor is 6 ft wide, but alot of the ground is not level and some places I'll rake might be a little narrow so 8 seems a bit long. 7 1/2?

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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Just received my 6' ETA rake and I'm here to say I'm VERY pleased. The construction is 2nd to none and it has the weight needed to engage firm ground. Kudos to ETA for such a well thought out design!

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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Thanks for posting this.

    Otherwise, would a landscape rake remove weeds from a gravel driveway so I don't have to spray?

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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Does the ETA version 3 landscape rake allow offset to one side like a rear blade?

    Or is that only on the smaller newer model? Seems handy.
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    Default Re: ETA landscape rake is a beast

    Just picked up my 72" Extreme rake yesterday - it's still sitting in teh trailer - I haven't had a chance to use it yet. Thanks for the pics - good do know it's going to do what I will want it to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppenwolfe View Post
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    Finally got to hook up and use my new ETA Extreme Duty landscape rake today. I am really impressed. As you can see in the photos , I cut a new road through a section of woods I haven't accessed before. First I went through with just the loader digging up trees, and pushing dead trees aside. Then went through with my bush hog to shred leaves and old, rotten wood, then six passes with the rake, and I had a road. The rake is heavy as ****, and really does a number grabbing and dragging the debris. I stopped and cleaned out the tines each pass, and was amazed how easy everything just dropped out. Now I just need the ETA wicked root grapple ! Thanks, Ted !
    Is that a version 3 rake with the new style floating hitch slot? Can't see it in the pic.

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