Midwest Rake ProGrade Spring Brace Lawn Rake

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Heavy-duty aluminum handle and head design

  • Commercial-grade Midwest lawn rake
  • 54"-long powder coated handle
  • 6" vinyl end grip

This commercial-grade Midwest Rake ProGrade spring brace lawn rake has a 54"-long powder-coated aluminum handle that is break- and corrosion-resistant. The 24" head on the Midwest lawn rake features 24 rigid steel continuous tines and is bolted through the handle for a secure connection. The 1"-diameter handle on the Midwest lawn rake is oversized for better grip and includes a 6" vinyl end grip. Weighs 4.5 lbs. Imported.

2014 Master Catalog: Page 362

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Midwest Rake ProGrade Spring Brace Lawn Rake
 
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5.0

Great Leaf Rake

By DeVoe Enterprises

from Parkesburg, PA

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Pros

  • Comfortable Grip
  • Quality Materials
  • Well Balanced Feel
  • Wide Head

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Lawn Maintenance
    • Leaf Removal

    Comments about Midwest Rake ProGrade Spring Brace Lawn Rake:

    This is a great rake, the best flat tined leaf rake I've ever used. It is a very stiff rake, and holds up well under professional use.

     
    4.0

    Midwest rake Prograde brace lawn rake

    By CONIFER

    from Torrington CT.

    About Me Professional Landscaper

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    Pros

    • Comfortable Grip
    • Quality Materials
    • Well Balanced Feel
    • Wide Head

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Gardening
      • Lawn Maintenance
      • Leaf Removal

      Comments about Midwest Rake ProGrade Spring Brace Lawn Rake:

      This is a good heavy rake. It does a great job on wet and heavy jobs where other rakes would break. I wouldn't use it on fragile plants or perennials , It's vary stiff.

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