5' 3-Point Landscape Rake


$379.99 EA

This tough 3-point landscape rake is 5 feet long and connects right to your 3-point hitch. This heavy duty lawn rake is excellent for soil preparation and grading, and it can clear rock, level ground, and remove trash. Use it for preparing your garden, landscaping your front yard, or working on commercial landscaping projects.

Availability: In Stock -
Ships via motor freight service.

This 3-point landscape rake is great for a variety of agricultural needs. Use this lawn rake for grading, to clear rock, for soil preparation, for lawn preparation, to level your soil, spread top soil, to break up clumps of sod, and so much more. The Agri Supply® landscape rake lets you stay in control. You have 360 degree rotation, so you can angle the lawn rake or reverse it when needed. Simply connect this pull behind rake to your category 1 hitch and you are ready for work.

The spring steel tines on the lawn rake are heat treated and measure 5/16 inch x 1 inch. If a tine ever breaks, simply visit our website and order a replacement tine; they are simple to attach and your lawn rake will be ready to clear rock and prepare soil when you are.

We recommend that you use this landscape rake with a tractor with less than 45 HP. With the right equipment, you can make your hard work even easierSpecifications

  • 5 foot Landscape Rake
  • Connects to a 3-point category 1 hitch
  • Tempered spring steel tines measure 5/16 inch x 1 inch
  • 360 degree rotation
  • Features angle and reverse settings
  • Connects to a 3-point hitch
  • Recommended for a tractor of less than 45 HP

  5' 3-POINT LANDSCAPE RAKE in Landscape Rakes and Farm Machinery & Tractor Implements at Agri Supply ®.

Shipping & Return Information

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)


Customer Reviews

4 Stars Good value


SH from FL wrote (May 05, 2017):

This has worked great for me. The tines will bend if you pull things that are too heavy but are easily bent back in shape by hand. I broke the pivot on mine but I was abusing it pulling a couple of logs. I was able to weld the pivot back in place and away it went again. I have also bent the angle the tines are bolted to but again I was pulling large loads with it. If you have a welder you might consider welding some gussets under the angle before use since straitening the angle after it's bent would be very difficult. I am looking into adding some gauge wheels to mine for better leveling.

4 Stars Great product for the money!


Edward from SC wrote (March 12, 2014):

I got this rake to fill in holes where the pigs rooted up. Also to rake wasted hay, straw and pine shavings. It fills in the root holes good. It rakes up the hay straw and shavings really well. I also use it to move broke limbs around. With the limbs sometimes the rake jumps over them. I think most of that is operator error. I believe I don't have the top link adjusted correct. The tines are a little weaker than the better models but it still performs great. I can't see where the better models cost twice as much.