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    Default Leinbachs Pine Straw Rake

    I called and got the price last year, but one thing after another interfered, and I didn't actually order it until today.
    Cost was about $179 and shipping about $75.
    I intend to fabricate a 12' boom to attach it to my FEL, allowing me to rake underneath some of the trees with low branches and also to clean water primrose out of the pond this spring.
    I'll offer my opinions after I get it and have used it a bit.
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    Default Re: Leinbachs Pine Straw Rake

    Looks like it will do the trick. Maybe some gauge wheels would help on the 3 pt model. That gave me an idea. Let us know how she works.
    1984 JD 750 4x4, 352 hours and growing,T&T, Custom ROPS with sun screen, drag box (box blade)with sand float and rake, rototiller, crane, carry-all that dumps and finish grades, modified King Kutter middle buster, cup holder, tool box, water jug holder, side step,tiltometer

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    Default Re: Leinbachs Pine Straw Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn9643
    I called and got the price last year, but one thing after another interfered, and I didn't actually order it until today.
    Cost was about $179 and shipping about $75.
    I intend to fabricate a 12' boom to attach it to my FEL, allowing me to rake underneath some of the trees with low branches and also to clean water primrose out of the pond this spring.
    I'll offer my opinions after I get it and have used it a bit.
    Glenn, I have one, and it works great. Mine is mounted to the tph. It also works great for raking leaves or getting thatch out of the lawn.

    Bob

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    Default Re: Leinbachs Pine Straw Rake

    If it works good on leaves and thatch, I would be interested in one. I wonder who sells them around me here in SE PA? I'll have to do some research. The 6 footer is interesting. I have a lot of leaves and light cleanup work that I do the hard way. If it doesn't rip the grass out it might be just the thing.

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    Default Re: Leinbachs Pine Straw Rake

    Quote Originally Posted by Ifixcars
    If it works good on leaves and thatch, I would be interested in one. I wonder who sells them around me here in SE PA? I'll have to do some research. The 6 footer is interesting. I have a lot of leaves and light cleanup work that I do the hard way. If it doesn't rip the grass out it might be just the thing.
    I finally had to get the details by emailing the company from their website. The local franchised dealer for them doesn't carry ANY of their products, and when I inquired about ordering they indicated that they didn't do business with them and tried to sell me a hay rake. I had to make a phone call to actually place my order and wait for them to verify freight costs and call me back to finalize. This was last week, and the charges haven't appeared yet in my bank account, so I don't know when to expect shipment, which is to a terminal a few miles from my house.
    I was told that they don't carry the 5-footer's any more.
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