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post #1 of 4 Old February 15th, 2008, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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We had some pines cut on our property this year. They cut stripps approx. 20-30 feet wide through the woods. This made many great places for food plots strips from 100 to 200 feet long x 20-30 feet wide. Problem is, these strips are covered with pine needles, sticks and stumps. I need a rake to pull behind the Brute to remove the needles and sticks that will just spring over the 2 to 4' stumps before I lime and fertilize. It needs to have some transport wheels for getting there and turning around. Anyone seen one I can afford.

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How much you lookin to pay?

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BRUTE650, thanks for the reply. My friend Randy who rides with us is laid off from work and We've decided to buy tines, we have plenty of steel, and build our own. He has plenty of time on his hands.
But if you have pictures of whatever you had in mind, we could use some ideas. I have a transport structure I built a few years ago with a disc plow mounted on it. Am thinking of building the rake to install where the plow is mounted. 2 bolts and the lift mechanism to swap between the 2.

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homemade aluminum front storage box and rear rack extension,
Twin Air filter, 26" Kenda Excecutioners, 3000Lb. Venom winch,
sway bar removed and washers on outer tie rods, Kawi rear storage canister
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My step brothers a welder and he used like big wire fence a then welded small small nails onto it, it worked, he used it to get the leaves off his lawn too.

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