2214B TA2 Landscape Rake With Ball Hitch

Price: $1,469.00
  • Item #: 2214B
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The TA2 York pull behind grading/landscape rakes are designed to be pulled behind a larger ATV or larger garden tractors of 10 hp and up. York Rakes give you a smooth well groomed surface, and can also be equipped with the optional grader blade assembly, which can be flipped up when not in use. York Rakes can be use for soil smoothing and preparation at: drives and trails; tennis courts; bridle paths; athletic fields; parking areas; parks and playgrounds; golf courses; cemeteries; cinder tracks; baseball diamonds and other areas.

  • Designed for low and medium capacity lawn and garden riding tractors
  • Model 2214B is the TA2 landscape rake, 4 ft. wide, unit has 1 7/8 inch ball hitch (instead of standard pin hitch)

  • Model 2214 TA2 is a TA2 series rake 4 ft. wide.  The TA2 has larger wheels and frame than the TA1 series, so it is better to tow over rough ground and is designed for use with tow vehicles 10 hp or more (larger garden tractors, ATVs, small landscape tractors).

  • With the combination of rake and (optional) grader blade (see accessories section) you can perform dozens of soil preparation, landscaping, and maintenance functions including: Removing stones, roots and debris; breaking up sod and mulching the soil; grading and leveling and filling in low spots; spreading topsoil quickly and evenly; distributing crushed stone, gravel or cinders

  • Rake teeth are 1 inch wide and spaced 1 inch apart