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Finally got a chance to get the landscape rake hoisted off of the utility trailer and set up to use.
If interested in why we had to modify the landscape rake to properly attach it to the iMatch Quick Hitch System, please check out our other video: https://youtu.be/7_F2vfRLDbM
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Attention farmers, landscapers, homeowners and contractors: the King Kutter Landscape Rake is the one tractor accessory that you don’t want to be without. If you tried to buy an accessory for each of the things that this one unit does, you’d go broke! If you want to grade your road, prepare a seed bed, rejuvenate a pasture, or remove rocks, roots and other debris, you only need to invest in one thing – the King Kutter Landscape Rake. It will do it all and save you tons of back - breaking work and money.
-Engineered for versatility for the professional landscaper, farmer, homeowner or contractor
-They are great for gravel road grading, lot maintenance, seed bed preparation, pasture renovation, the removal of rocks, roots, or trash, plus much more
-Equipped with five forward and five reverse settings for maximum flexibility and maneuverability
-The unique design features an adjustable stabilizer bar that allows the heat treated spring steel tines to be more or less rigid, and a reinforced 3 - point tubular frame for added strength
Manufacturer # : TYR-72
Quantity: 36 tines
Weight: 325 lb
Hi going through the same thing trying to fix my country line trailer mover, I bought it it had cat 1 pins on the bottom and cat 2 on the top and was also too tall, and I had to use washers and sleeves so I cut off the ears and fabed some new ones . can you give me the measurement from the bottom jaw of the I match to the bottom of the I match hook where the pins go on the hitch, I am looking for bottom to bottom of the hooks measurement is your I match cat 1 john deere will not tell me this measurement I have a 870 John deere I just want the trailer mover to fit the I match Hitch Thanks any info would be great Mark
Thanks for watching and the comment +Mark Sleeper! I had the same thing happen on a 3pt trailer mover that we bought. I was so frustrated by the fact that it would not fit the iMatch system without adjusting the top link hook (and even then it would be close). I ended up returning it and purchased the green one through the John Deere dealership and it fit perfect but I paid a little more for the color (and fit). You did give us a great idea for our next video that will give some of the measurements for people to reference in the future. Hope you got my message with that info as well. Take care!
I bought the same King Kutter 72' landscape rake for my JD 3025E. And after watching your video, I cut the tops off the rake too and it dropped right in. So I saved many $$$ over the Tractor Supply and Frontier versions of the rake. Thanks for creating and sharing the video
Thanks for watching and the comment +Sam McAdoo. We have enjoyed using our landscape rake for projects around the property and glad the video saved you some $$$. I have to admit, initially I was tempted to buy the green version but I believe it was almost double. Glad to have helped!!!
I was wondering why you defaced that landscaping rake? I have a Frontier brand rake and it will hook up to my tractor using the quick hitch and so will other accessories also, with only one plow, and my box blade having problems, but one the top hitch is adjusted on the quick hitch it will hook up also.
Thanks again for watching Sidney Mathious! Yeah, it was a little frustrating that the John Deere iMatch quick hitch did not line up initially to the rake but at least it works now without having to mess around with adjusting the top link arm or other linkage.
Thanks for watching +Stanley Johnston! I like the idea of a ratchet rake and researched them briefly but ultimately I did not want to give up having access to the grapple or bucket on the front of the tractor while clearing with the landscape rake. It may be something we would still pursue for future projects. Thanks again for the comment!!!
Thanks for watching akbychoice! Yeah, it was a little frustrating that the John Deere iMatch quick hitch did not line up initially to the rake but at least it works now without having to mess around with adjusting the top link arm or other linkage.
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