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Power box rake from Paladin

paladinpowerrakeThe Harley M Series power box rake by Paladin Construction Group teams with skid steers to level, aerate and prepare soil for seeding. The six M Series models with roller widths of four feet and six feet have a specially shaped carbide tooth design and pattern that releases the optimal amount of moisture from the soil. Its rugged Rhino-Hide barrier adjusts so the operator can choose the amount of material left in the seedbed depending on the soil moisture conditions—allowing for faster drying in wet and muddy conditions.


August 22, 2011
By Paladin Construction Group

The Harley M Series power box rake by Paladin Construction Group teams
with skid steers to level, aerate and prepare soil for seeding. The six M
Series models with roller widths of four feet and six feet have a
specially shaped carbide tooth design and pattern that releases the
optimal amount of moisture from the soil. Its rugged Rhino-Hide barrier
adjusts so the operator can choose the amount of material left in the
seedbed depending on the soil moisture conditions—allowing for faster
drying in wet and muddy conditions.

The Harley M Series Power Box Rake enables easy windrowing through
removable endplates on both sides of the rake that come off with a
simple pull of a pin. Its dual, independently self-adjusting gauge
wheels contour to the ground and provide added flexibility for an even
cut on drainage grades and small slopes. Triple-sealed and shielded
bearings provide extra protection, while the electrical and hydraulic
connections come standard.

The Harley M Series Power Box Rake is available in fixed, manual and
hydraulic models. The fixed model permanently points forward during
raking and is ideal for new operators and simple jobs. The manual model
allows the operator to adjust the rake angle 20 degrees to either side.
The hydraulic model provides the operator with the full 20-degree
angling option from inside the skid steer. All are shaped so the
operator has excellent visibility of the working surface in front of the
rake.

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