Trust in the time tested Harley Power Box Rake!You can make money sooner, faster and easier with a Harley Power Box Rake. Harley is engineered to keep time consuming hand labor to a minimum. If you cant work because the job is wet, weedy, hard and rocky with erosion everywhere, it can be dried, flattened, pulverized and ready for seed in 30 minutes. No more grader box or pulverized passes and bald-spotted lawns. The result is a beautiful lawn every time and increased credibility for you. Engineered to get the job done fast, year after year. Features Roll-Back Barrier. Urethane barrier above the roller allows you to quickly react to soil moisture conditions. You can choose the size of material you want to leave in the seedbed. Raising the barrier promotes faster soil drying and opening up of muddy sites. Windrow Debris. Large 2 position removable endplates allow you to direct material to make windrows. There is enough windrow clearance to pass 14 debris. Dual Independently Adjustable Gauge Wheels. Allows for skim passes for over-seeding, or adjust to cut drainage grades. Pure Carbide Teeth Design. Not just carbide tough for long life, but specially shaped to ensure the best possible seedbed sub-base fracture pattern and superior moisture retention and release. Triple-Sealed bearing ends. For extra protection and long life. Applications Work Wet Sites Sooner . Harleys adjustable urethane barrier lets you control particle size and speed the drying of wet areas. Use the Harley Rake to Soften, Level, Mix and Grade. Great for use on hard and compacted infield material, trench restoration and golf course construction. Completely Remove Old Lawns . With a Harley you can easily transform the old lawn into a perfect seedbed. The Harley Rake is 4 Attachments in 1. Why haul around all of those attachments? Grade, level, rake and remove debris. Pulverize and prepare seedbed, remove old lawns and weeds
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Hi, I'm Ted from Everything Attachments, and we're here today with the Harley brand of power box rake.
Harley was the one that invented the power box rake a long time ago by Glen Mac. This is the best piece of equipment that I've ever operated. It's a one-stop shop. Finish along from a rough grade with some small dips and hills to a smooth, ready to be planted job. This has the clevis hitch on the front of it for category one. This is the PTO driven tractor model. They also offer skid steer models.
So you have two different pins here, one that's solid. And you can adjust it, depending on the size of tractor you have. And then there's a slot cut here in the side that you'll be able to see better from the side when we turn it, that lets it float without your three point hitch top link controlling the down pressure on the Harley rake. It's got some neat holders here that leave your hoses out of the dirt up here.
So you just plug it into the back of the remotes. This is a hydraulic angle. You can get it in a manual angle and then you won't need the remotes, but it's pretty convenient to be able to switch this back and forth to make your operation good. So when you're going back and forth, you can keep your wind row going at the same direction.
These end plates here will go on the front or the back, and they have two different positions here to how close you need to be able to get to a building or just exactly what you're cutting ahead of you. So they will adjust in and out, and that's an important part, just depending on what type of debris and stuff you're collecting. And depending on the type of dirt you have and how much you're having to take off the top, you can even back up over a pile of dirt and start dragging it and end up with a leveled out deal.
This has a skirt here that's adjustable. This is what's going to control how much dirt goes through this machine. So you can adjust it right here with these two bolts. It keeps the owner's manual on board all the time in case you need anything. Turn this around over to the side, Peanut.
So you can see right here the slot I was talking about where you would put your pin in for your top link. Come on around just a little bit. You can see your side shield's good here. Here's your hydraulic cylinder right here that would be replaced with a telescopic link if you did not get the hydraulic option. Your hydraulic skirt also - I mean it's not a hydraulic -
but your skirt also has a quick adjustment right here where you can raise and lower it until it gets worn and then you would adjust it from the other side.
It has a nice hook here so you'll be able to pick it up, set it on your trailer after the job's over with. It has real heavy duty tail wheels on it here. and having these wheels on this type of power box rake is what really makes you able to get that good level continuous grade that you want. Without this, it would simply be riding on the wheel and just grinding into the ground all the time.
Now these are solid carbine bullets that fit inside a pocket. They are replaceable, but it's rarely that I've ever seen them worn enough to need replacing because they're so hard. Underneath here is a large slip clutch, so if you did get on something, whether it was a really big rock or a stick gets caught between here or a rock, instead of tearing up the drive line on this or your tractor, there's a big slip clutch in here. And they keep it weather protected so it doesn't rust together.
Inside here, to drive that unit, you've got a large gearbox here sending the power through your slip clutch. And inside here is a true dual roller chain that looks like two pieces of chain that are on a double sprocket inside here. All of this runs in oil.
So this is not the cheapest power box rake. There have been a lot of people tried to copy the Harley brand power box rake, but all in all, this definitely isn't the cheapest, but for the long-run, for the commercial landscaper, it is the best. They last the longest, and they give great service. So a Harley rake is an expensive piece of equipment and to really appreciate what it'll do, you've got to see one work in person or in some of the videos we do. We try to get it as close to real as we can to where it's like being there. But it's a good investment.
It's a lot of money, but once you see it work and what it'll do for you, and the other five people that you don't need raking and doing things. This just does so much work that it pays for itself. So we'll help you get the right size Harley rake for your tractor or skid steer. Just give us a call or an e-mail at Everything Attachments, and we'll get you hooked up.
Hi, I'm Ted from Everythingattachments.com and we're here to show you today the PTO-Driven Harley Rake. It also comes for a skid steer which would be hydraulically driven.
We're going to show you some of the features that this one has and what you can get or not get as you're purchasing one. This has the optional hydraulic angle on it, so you're going to be able to control it from your tractor and angle the cutter bar either direction so your debris is going to go to one side or the other. So if you're clearing a large field, you're able to bring it all to one side and end up with just one row of debris instead of several different piles.
You also can control how fine your dirt is or how much rock or debris you're letting through by simply removing this pin and adjusting your skirt right here. That's gonna adjust how fine or how coarse your final grade is.
It comes with these two convenient welded-on pipes here, so when you're through with your hydraulic couplers they set in there. You also have a couple of different ways of hitching this to your tractor. It's a three-point hitch, but you can lock your top link solid there to have total control. Or if you're doing large areas and want to blend in everything then you can put it in the slotted hole which is gonna let it float more.
You also have your tail wheels here that are going to allow you to keep everything level and specially pulling it with a tractor, you would adjust your height here with these levers right here, just up and down on those. You've got your end-plates here. If you had a lot of rock and debris and you wanted to pull it all to one place you would leave both plates in place. If you wanted it to go to all one side you would pull at least one side off and angle it fully that way. These plates will go forwards or backwards most of the time on a tractor. You can use it on the forwards position.
On a tractor and a skid steer they all have their advantages. The advantage i think of a tractor is the Harley Rake and the dust is behind you most of the time when you're pulling forward and with a skid steer, if you're pulling in reverse the dust is away from you, but it's a little harder to do that way. So they both have advantages.
If you were to hit a really big rock, stump, or something under the ground you weren't expecting, there is a slip clutch similar to what would be on a PTO under here. When you get a new Harley Rake or you've let it sit out in the weather for a good period of time, the thing you can't forget, because you're talking about a catastrophic failure here, this slip clutch here, when it comes from the factory, it's coated with a varnish and that's to keep it from rusting because most dealers and equipment-users don't have a place to store these in dry. So what you're gonna need to do is read your owner's manual, you're going to loosen up about six bolts under this cover here and then you're going to sink it into the ground as deep as you can and you actually want to see smoke or something similar to that coming out in here. It's called burning off your clutches. And after you see that the wheel stops, even though your PTO is still turning, what you're after is burning this varnish off this clutch, and then you re-tighten your clutch back and that way when you hit something really hard it will slip instead of still be a one-to-one. It will act like it doesn't have a clutch if you don't do this and you could damage tractor gearbox and/or components on the rake if you don't do this. So don't forget to burn off your clutch. It's in the owner's manual. It tells you how to do it well.
Other than that, there's carbide points, these are called bullets. There's solid carbide on every one of these so rocks and things like they, they don't really add even wear to them, they last a long time. Everything runs in oil to do with the chain drive that goes down to the main roller assembly.
They leave your owner's manual here where if you ever need to refer to it, it's right here on the machine. When you're removing this machine from your tractor they give you a nice stand here, so you're not fighting the front part of your three- point hitch to get it hooked up. You've got two quick couplers that go in here if you get the hydraulic. If you don't get the hydraulic angle you're going to end up with basically a telescopic stabilizer bar with a pin there. You can manually angle it.
This is one of the best tools for yard preparation after you've done your grating and so forth, gets up all the rocks, roots, everything out of your way. It does what six people normally would be doing, so it takes a lot of the labor out of your expense. It's not cheap to start with and you really have to see one work to appreciate one, so we hope this video helps and we keep 'em in stock at Everythingattachments.com in almost every size for a skid steer or a tractor.
So look us up on a web and give us a call and hopefully this video will help you learn how to use one.
So we've been moving a lot of dirt around here and we've gotten it pretty well down like we want it. We just want to be able to smooth it up and get the trash out of it where we can finish this up before total winter gets here.
Just taking out the humps out from everything close by and loosening it all up so when we're ready to plant it will be much easier.
So you can hear the tractor using either more or less horsepower and it's either cutting dirt off the top of filling in at the lower places. It's building up in front, so it's usually a lot similar to a box blade and then it just goes into the lower areas.
This is a 6-foot Harley Rake and only a 30 horsepower Komodo. You could use a few more horsepower or a smaller rake, but this is gonna do it even in this old red clay.
So in only just a few passes we've gone from a really lumpy area to pretty smooth here. It wouldn't take but about one more pass and we'd have this ready to sow. So we're going to go over to the center of the yard and go over it a few passes and bring it down to level.
If you were gonna be using this in reverse a lot it does have a third PTO shaft on the gearbox, so you can turn the gearbox around and actually make it work in the other direction.
Just for demonstration, we're going to go into this area that we plowed earlier. This isn't what you normally use if for, but if you had some ruts and some really bad ground then this will show you what it will go to in just one pass.
When we came over this it had been plowed which is about as rough as you're gonna get it and made it pretty much look like you can sow grass on it.
This ground has been loosened up about a foot deep, so it's spinning a little bit, but it's doing the job and smoothing it out and collecting the rocks and the grass just like you would do.
Raking Width (full angle)
Roll-Back Barrier Range
1/8" - 2"
1/8" - 3-3/8"
Angle R or L
3 Point Attachment
Limited Cat. 1
*Flex Model operation allows for individual hydraulic control of each gauge wheel to tilt the roller for precision grading. To operate in Flex mode you must release slot pins on the tractor 3-point lower control arms.