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Schuley
10-01-2012, 08:34 PM
I have a bobcat roch hound for sale. We don't do much landscaping, we are mostly maintenance so it doesn't get much use. We are selling some stuff we don't use much.
It is a 5b rock hound. Good shape, works well. We use it on our 773, which is also for sale if interested.
Let me know if you want to know anything specific.
Asking $3000. Dealer said it's worth $3500-$4000, so I priced it lower hoping it goes fast.

It isn't letting me upload pics.... so i'll try in another post, or I can email or text you pictures.

KrayzKajun
10-01-2012, 08:38 PM
If you want to text me the pics, ill post them for ya. 504-382-8133
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Schuley
10-01-2012, 08:41 PM
Ok here's a picture...

Schuley
10-01-2012, 08:42 PM
Thanks, but I figured it out. Just had to resize and compress it a bit.
Technology is great when I know how to use it.... lol

Schuley
10-02-2012, 06:09 PM
anyone interested?

gmlcinc
10-03-2012, 12:05 AM
So this thing will pick up all the small rocks and trash in the dirt right? How well does it work? Also if you have used a harley rake type soil prep. how does it compare?

I was going to try one of these but ended up using the harley rake because we were on some slopes and also needed to lightly work some parts of the area we were seeding. So they said the harley wood work better for that.

Thanks!

Schuley
10-03-2012, 02:52 PM
This unit is built into a bucket, so as it combs the soil it tosses the sticks and rocks into it, then you rais it up and dump out the bucket.
Thats the big difference from a harley rake, you still have to go and pick stuff up. This machine breaks up the clumps of dirt. Once the bucket is full, I sometimes lift it up and tip it forward, run the unit and it sifts out all the dirt and stuff and sort of shreds the clumps of sod you have in it.
I'm sure if you google it you will find a video on one.
I think the technical name is a landscape rake, rock hound might be a brand name like "klenex" is technically "tissue" etc...