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36 in. Aluminum Landscape Rake

  • Lightweight but strong aluminum head covers a wide area
  • Landscape rake is great for homeowner and professional use
  • Strong aluminum handle with end grip helps reduce fatigue
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Product Overview

The Razor-Back aluminum landscape rake is designed with a wide head to level quickly and smoothly. The 36 in. aluminum head is lightweight despite its size so it takes less time and exertion to tackle tough tasks. This landscape rake is a heavy-duty rake that is great for contractor and professional use, as well as serious homeowners.

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Questions & Answers


Would this work for leveling uneven spots in an established lawn? In other words, I have bumpy ar...

Asked by John November 10, 2020

No, I think it would just dig into the lawn unless that is what you want. You can do it if you have grass that spreads by rhizomes or you could reseed. I hope my answer is understandable because I don't exactly know what type of grass you have and what is the make up of the soil. I am a landscaper and when I come across a bumpy lawn I just add a little bit of sand like quarter of an inch every month. Over time it gets into the low spots and levels the lawn. If you got lots of bumps and they are due to soil not thatch as you said existing soil then I would consider cutting your lawn to about soil level, smooth soil however you like and reseed or let grow again depending on the grass type

Never said I had to Assembly? My rake screws won't fit

Asked by Unhappy September 4, 2020

Would the flat side work well for leveling soil

Asked by Jo August 19, 2020

Can i use this rake to gather

Asked by Chamorro July 19, 2020

The tines are too short and stiff for leaves.

Which side of this rake is used for spreading and which side is for leveling?

Asked by Kudzu June 11, 2020

The Tyned side is for spreading the flat for leveling

Can the head of this rake be separated from the handle or is it semi-permanently attached? It loo...

Asked by Thomas May 25, 2020

It probably can come off in some particular way, I think I remember seeing a nut near some arms from the head of the rake outside ends come up and attach to the handle.

What is the length of handle

Asked by Jerry April 16, 2020

The handle length is 66 inches.

Do you think this would work for removing sweet gum balls?

Asked by Curtis April 14, 2020

No. I think its more for smoothing out top soil and removing small rocks. That is what I used it for

Would this be suitable for moving and leveling mulch in a small dog park?

Asked by Lakefordog November 8, 2019

It can be.

can you use to remove kylliga weeds from a lawn?

Asked by muddie August 19, 2019

No, either you mean probably Kyllinga brevifolia or kikuyu grass, 2 weeds that are close to what you spelled. You need certain chemicals to kill those weeds. This rake is aluminum and it is made to smooth and level soil, that is easy to move. It's not made to remove weeds it's teeth would bend or break. Hope this helps

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 88% recommend this product
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Good for leveling yard
I dug up all of my grass because my yard was a mess. I got this rake to help with the job. I'm glad I did because not only is it able to grab alot of stuff in one swipe but it is nice for leveling the lawn.
by Jimmy
1 person found this helpful
light weight for sand only
i thought with the reviews pros were using this. I used it for 1 hour the tins are bent, and most likely fall off. tThis is the size i need but in steel not aluminum, it bends if hits hard soil.
6 people found this helpful
Very good product, for right price!
Very good product, for right price!
by Pepe
4 people found this helpful
I have owned the landscaping rake for about 3 weeks and find the product initially very useful fo...
I have owned the landscaping rake for about 3 weeks and find the product initially very useful for my existing yard as we are developing it to plant. the tines dug in and grabbed the soil well, pulling out rocks and clumps of grass was exceptional. the flat side allowed me to smooth and level the ground. The rake lasted approximately a week until I got to ground that had some narrow roots from a tree nearby. the tines caught on the roots and ultimately bent , further into the 2nd week more bent tines and less efficient product. I think that a millimeter or two more of the aluminum or possibly a durable metal core i.e. tungsten, titanium, steel to reinforce the tines would be an effective way strengthen them.
by snake
16 people found this helpful
works great
This rake is easy to assemble and I put it right to work leveling out sand in a walkway I've been working on. It makes it a lot easier to get the ground level and flat rather than using a narrower garden rake and the scrapper blade helps with getting everything smooth and flat. The toothed side is handy for getting the small rocks and other unwanted debris out of your project area.
by Towguy
9 people found this helpful
Makes Quick Work Of A Large Project
I bought this rake when my wife and I decided to do some excavation in our back yard. It worked great for leveling the grade and moving dirt around. It is much more efficient that the standard yard rakes that are only 18" wide. I liked it so much that I bought another one to give away as a gift. Definitely worth the money if you have a large area of dirt that you want to work with.
by mrf3695
8 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Lightweight aluminum but sturdy. Quickens the work. has...
Lightweight aluminum but sturdy. Quickens the work. has flat edge on one side and rake on the other. Perfect for the job, worth the money.
Great rake for leveling narrow flowerbeds, paths, etc... Tines could be a bit sturdier and bend e...
Great rake for leveling narrow flowerbeds, paths, etc... Tines could be a bit sturdier and bend easier than I would have liked but straighten easily. Overall a great rake.
by PatH
Been a razor back customer for years. They stand the...
Been a razor back customer for years. They stand the test of time. I live in Arizona and leaves the razor back products out all year round and they lose is little color but keep the durability!
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