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Woods Power rake angle adjuster

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by jca57jd, Apr 10, 2009.

  1. jca57jd

    jca57jd Well-Known Member

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    I have a 6' woods power rake and it has the hydrolic angle adjustment on it and my tractor doesnt have any hydrolic remote lines on it. Im thinking that i am going to fabricate something that i can manualy adjust but i wonted some of your imputs on this situation. If any of yall have a manualy adjusted power rake could you please post a pic. Thanks
     
  2. Bootguy

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    I have a 6' Harley Rake with a manual adjustment, I will try to get some pics tomarrow.
     
  3. Bootguy

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    power rake pics

    here you go. The manufacturer used square tubing. The smaller tubing slides inside the bigger tubing. The outside tubing has 1 set of vertical holes while the inside tube has mutiple holes. If you shorten the unit, it turns the power rake to the left. if you lengthen the unit it turns the rake to the right. I hope this helps.
     

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  4. jca57jd

    jca57jd Well-Known Member

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    Thanks alot bootguy!!! I am going to make one exactly like that. Your the man.