A: The tine spacing on the 16Tine double play bow rake is roughly 1”.
A: same problem here (wooden dowel failed which joins fiberglass handle/metal rake internally) but didn't retain reciept so not sure if they will cover but will try
A: This rake has a 15-year warranty by the manufacturer.
A: There is a possibility.depending on the size of the gravel.
A: I would think that normal size gravel would slip through tines due to their spacing
A: It worked for moving rock out of a flower bed for me. If the lock is really embedded, you may need to loosen it with a shovel first.
A: You can, but there are actual tools for aeration that would perform better.
A: To aerate means to puncture holes in the soil. It would be extremely labor intensive but you could do it. You could not rake existing sod but could raise the rake up and down causing punctures in the soilbed. Once again very time consuming
|Name||57 in. Fiberglass Handle 16-Tines Bow Rake||57.5 in. Fiberglass Handle 16-Tine Double Play Bow Rake||54 in. Hardwood Handle 19-Tine Adjustable Thatch Rake||51 in. Fiberglass Handle 24-Tine Steel Rake (Pack of 2)|
|Tine length (in.)||2.80||3.5||4.875||6.75|
|Features||Coated Blades||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated tines|
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