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40" Lawn Dethatcher, Steel, Number of Teeth 20, Weight Capacity 70 lb.

Price $145.20 / each

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WASHINGTON branch 912

  • Item # 5Z326
  • Mfr. Model # 45-0294
  • UNSPSC # 25101901
  • Catalog Page # 1402
  • Shipping Weight 33.5 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemLawn Dethatcher
  • Overall Width40"
  • Overall Height41"
  • Overall Depth41"
  • Number of Teeth20
  • MaterialSteel
  • Weight Capacity70 lb.
  • WheelsSemi-Pneumatic
  • Wheel Dia.7"
  • Wheel Width1-1/2"
  • For Use WithATV or Lawn Tractor
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Universal mount for tow-behind units. All-steel frame, #10 heat-treated spring steel tines, 3/16" dia. Hitch pin included.

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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by complicated assembly with very poor instructions. I am still trying to get it right. October 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good useful product I recently bought the 40" de-thatcher to help revitalise a half acre lawn. The manufactured quality of the product seems good, and the assembly instructions were OK. I did have to keep the hitch quite loose as the de-thatcher appears to be designed for a hitch height lower than that of my mower. At max adjustment it's only just OK. In operation the de-thatcher worked a treat. As I was using it in spring I used it without additional weights, and this was fine. The de-thatcher quickly raked out thatch and moss, and lifted the grass stems up for a good mowing cut. A nightmare manual job was transformed into a simple de-thatch run, followed by a mow. I'm looking forward to enjoying the results this summer May 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Does an OK job under certain conditions I have had my dethatcher for several years. It has held up well, but I find that I don't use it as much as I thought I would since it clogs up easily if there is much long grass to go through. Debris gets stuck in the tines and is difficult to remove. Another annoying 'feature' of my implement is that the disengagement lever will often release when I am towing this device. It is annoying as well since I cannot quite reach it from the seat of the 4-wheeler when it is in the release position. This product is OK for small jobs, but I would not recommend it for grooming a large parcel of land. April 17, 2014
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