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This actually belongs in the “Haymaking” implement section (and in fact it is duplicated there)…but since it scoops things up and carries them around, we figured it belonged in the “Material Handling” section also. Buck-Rakes have been used for years on larger tractors in Europe (and some in this country) for gathering loose hay in a field. One United-Kingdom-based company (Tracmaster) produces them to fit walk-behind tractors…so we figured we could do it too! NOTE: By special request, we can provide a 30” wide “Scoop-Bucket” attachment to fit the same frame as this Buck-Rake…changes over in about 2 minutes. Move gravel, compost, mulch, etc. Call for details!
If your tractor uses a Quick-Coupling to change implements, we offer “blank” male couplings (that do not have a PTO shaft in them, since this is a non-PTO-driven implement)…upon installing, this “blank” “male” coupling can be oriented 2 ways: With either a “slot” or a “hole” UP for the locking-pin of the quick-coupling…this allows the rake to either have some rotational “float” (slot) OR be “rigid” (hole) with the body of the tractor.
This implement ships by motor-truck freight; assembly required.
Buck-Rake in action --leaning a bit on top handle
helps keep tines firmly on ground in bumpy terrain.