I have an S205 Bobcat and a older 2002-2003 S-6 Harley rake. I used it a little last year and am still trying to perfect using it as well as I would like to. I find that when reversing the drum and doing in reverse I have to raise the loader arms about 5" than if I'm going forward and even though it grades nicer in reverse the machine bounces over it tracks from moving forward and therefore bounces the rake. I then have to try and manually raise/ lower the loader arms to compensate for this. Also, when moving forward I just raise the drum with the loader arms a few inches and use my bucket tilt control the raise/ lower the rake on the go. This also sometimes causes problems if I am going uphill. Does anyone have any advice for me to speed up my production in operating this rake? I appreciate it.