Founded in 1774, the Ames brand has created a familiar household name by proudly making tools that helped build America.
Passionate gardeners and DIYers will find the right rakes for landscaping, planting and thatching.
From general lawn and garden work to more elaborate landscape adventures.
Provide strong and durable head to handle connection.
Available in North American hardwood, fiberglass, or vinyl-coated steel handles for strength and durability.
Cushioned end-grip for extensive raking.
Closely spaced poly tines capture small leaves and other debris. Steel tines with larger gaps loosen and level soil.
Ames proudly stands by its commitment to producing long-lasting tools.
Optimized head safely removes leaves and debris from under shrubs, fences and trees.
Loosens and levels soil in small, tight spaces. Perfect for floral beds.
Breaking up hard, compacted soil or mulch and spreading material, evenly.
Closely spaced tines on the leaf rake remove leaves. Narrow tines of lawn rake clear debris and thatch.
Removing leaves, clearing debris and thatch.
|Name||16-Tine Welded Bow Rake||34 in. to 70 in. Steel Head Telescopic Adjustable Fan Rake||Forged Bow Rake|
|Garden Center Tool Type||Lawn Rake||Lawn Rake||Lawn Rake|
|Tine length (in.)||2.75||15||3|
|Features||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated Blades,Handle Grips|
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Yes I bought mine to level out a part of my gravel driveway.
No - buy a better heavier steel rake, They seemed good but weak were it connects to handle.
No, there is not.
It is a wood handle, its varnished but i dont think i would leave it outside longer than a day. To help it last longer.