A: 3.16 lbs.
A: According to Ames Tools website they do buy some components and materials from global supply partners, they continue to design, engineer and make products in the US.
A: Yes it is
A: Yes, it should be no problem with rocks, unless they're too small for the rake to move.
A: Yes. I have used it to move pea gravel.
A: Yes, you can use it on small rocks.
A: Yes I bought mine to level out a part of my gravel driveway.
A: I have used mine to decoratively arrange my small groundcover rocks.
A: Yes. It worked well
A: For small jobs I`m sure this would work.
A: No. I would recommend a higher quality rake with fewer tines.
A: This rake was designed for those lawn and garden applications where you need a rake with a little more rigidity than what is found in standard leaf rakes.
A: No - buy a better heavier steel rake, They seemed good but weak were it connects to handle.
|Name||57.5 in. Handle 16-Tine Steel Welded Bow Rake||60.75 in. Fiberglass Handle15-Tine Forged Steel Bow Rake||51 in. Wood Handle Steel 14-Tine Bow Rake (Pack of 2)||57 in. Fiberglass Handle 16-Tines Bow Rake|
|Tine length (in.)||2.75||3||2.375||2.80|
|Features||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated Blades|
|THD SO SKU||1000592438|
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