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Razor-Back has served Pro customers with cutting-edge tools since 1936.
With features demanded by the pros, our rake line tackles even the hardest jobs.
From breaking up compacted soil to spreading asphalt.
Large aluminum heads tackle tough landscaping tasks. Heavy-duty forged steel heads impart strength and durability for the toughest projects.
Materials such as pro-grade wood, fiberglass, and aluminum added strengthened durability. Extra-long handles help prevent fatigue.
Steel ferrule, wrap-around brace and bolted steel heads.
Double-layered cushion grips offer leverage and control.
Razor-Back rakes have a long legacy of quality and durability with professional end-users.
Breaks up soil and spreads mulch. Outside tines are thicker for chopping compacted material.
Spreads material and levels large areas quickly and smoothly.
Dethatches lawns and clears landscape rocks, leaves or mulch from any surface
Roughens, smooths and safely spreads asphalt.
Digs into soil and gravel to remove debris. Rake heads work a level grade.
A: This is a finishing rake so it would not be good for raking large rocks and stones. Rake these with a standard garden rake. This rake should be used for spreading, levelling and evening out loose dirt. It will pick up smaller pebbles and twigs.
A: Yes as long as the wood chips were not too impacted
A: Yes. I suppose that this could be used on a large pile of wood chips. It has the rake side (with teeth) and the straight edge for leveling the surface. I used it for stone and topsoil. It's well-made and effective.
A: This rake is a landscape rake. The tool end is aluminum. I will bend trying to push or pull too much weight. It is more useful spreading and leveling chips, soil, or bark dust
A: No, we do not think the landscape rake would perform the task very well. If you are moving large wood chips, a heavier rake would work better or a manure / mulch fork can pick it up and then you can throw it.
A: If you're talking about mulch this would be a great rake for that.
A: Yes, this is an excellent rake for wood chips, mulch, leveling large piles, and large areas. It's light weight, study and well built.
A: Technically you could, but not really. You would spend hours and not get good results. Rent a gas powered dethatcher or buy an electric one. I recommend buying an electric one.
A: It might, but it is more of a grading an moving lose soil device. It has aluminum teeth that I think would bend or break. I think a steel metal rake would do better.
A: Yes, it's a very good quality tool. Works great for dethatching your yard and leveling it.
A: I don't think this would work well for that. The tines will load up quickly and not pick up many sticks. You probably need something with 10-20" long tines, more designed for your purpose
A: I don't think this would work well for that. Maybe hire a local kid. This would just rip up your land and all the tines would bend
A: This would do the job but the teeth might bend on you if your trying to pull up and weeds.
A: Yes it will because is wider than most
A: Hi NVR4get I would not purchase this rake with what you described its great to level out land like top soil and spread around mulch its not to be used on a finished lawn. Hope that helps and answers your question
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|Brand||THE GROUNDSKEEPER II||Razor-Back||Ames||Bully Tools|
|Name||55 in. Fiberglass Handle Steel Rake||24 in. Aluminum Landscape Rake||54 in. Hardwood Handle 19-Tine Adjustable Thatch Rake||4 lb. 18-Tine Stone Rake with Fiberglass Handle and 7-Gauge Steel Head|
|Tine length (in.)||21||2.5||4.875||4|
|Features||No Additional Features||Coated tines||Coated tines|
|Garden Center Tool Type||Lawn Rake|
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