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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Tim Wright, Mar 20, 2006.
Here are some requested close ups fo the harley rake.
oooahhh the paint isnt even scratched off it yet. Nice setup tim.
Here are more pix.
Thank you for the close up pics....I know I am one who requested some close ups....Great pictures....What size tractor was that?
What brand harley is that?
Details Details....Thanks again......I just got a York rake for my Kioti 25hp and it does a good job but I am considering a harley rake for finish work on lawn preps....
New Holland TC35DA, (35HP) Hydroatatic Drive, Quick Attack Bucket, Grill Gaurd, Hydrualic Remote for left and right movement of the rake.
Glenmac, T-6, Harley Rake.
I don't mean to sound like a newbie but what exactly is this rake used for?
Final grade on yard, so that you can put the seed down.
Here is a link for you.
Ic now, I have seen them on bobcats before, it just looks different on the tractor, thanks.
how does your tractor handle that rake?
mind me asking how much it cost you?
I have a BX23 that i bought when i first started out, i wish i had more foresight and thought to buy a bigger tractor, although im happy with this one because i can fit in almost anyplace, anyways, i would like to get a harley rake for it, if its possible. by looking at the specs on the harley website, the T-5 should work on my tractor 16-22 HP, my tractor has 22 HP and 17 at the PTO. the t-5 weighs 550lbs, my 3 pt hitch can lift 2200 lbs.
maybe you or somebody else has some opinions, people have told me before it wont handle it, but according to the specs it should. I'm going to a ConAg Expo in CT on thursday and Harley is supposed to be there, so they should be able to answer my questions.
I paid $6500.00 for the rake.
As for handling it, I have only used it in testing so far. My first real job with it is coming up next week or the week after.
In the testing the TC35DA has done fine.
I do not feel qualified to render an opinion as to what your tractor will handle, however I will say this. I was going to buy the RC33DA (33HP) and am very glad that I chose the TC35DA instead.