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Allen L

12-04-2012 05:33:23

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It is a wheel type rake. It has been on the dealer lot for a while and is faded but never used. I forget the brand name seems like it started with the letter B. It is 3 pt hitch and the salesman said it is adjusted by 3 pt to barely touch ground. my land is pretty flat. Than you all again for the response

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12-04-2012 06:13:42

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 Re: GROUND DRIVEN HAY RAKE in reply to Allen L, 12-04-2012 05:33:23  
How many wheels? I have a 5 wheel no-name for a backup I got 6 or so years ago. Was under $500 back then new.

I am glad I have it as a backup and it has its place, like it for reaching down over the rough water ditch bank.

But it doesn't do corners at all.

It doesn't do well on windy days.

It doesn't like my heavy swamp grass hay. Or merging fluffy straw windrows. Just not enough clearance below the axles.

Good high dollar vee rakes on wheels with the wheel axle on the back side are good as the pivot at a better place and have double the clearance; these cheaper 3pt models are - cheaper and it shows.

I'm glad I have mine and use it, but sure would not want it to be my only rake. The old nh 55 is a much better all around rake for any condition.


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