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How to buy top quality bulldozer root rakes
If you’re in the dozer business and you’ve done a lot of land clearing, you’ll know all about the issues when you’re trying to find good bulldozer rakes. Depending on the job, the terrain, the soil, and the type of tree roots you’re encountering, you may need either custom rakes or different size rakes.
When dealing with heavy soils, clays and highly impacted soils, you don’t want to be guessing whether your rake can do the job or not. The bottom line with any bulldozer root rake or dozer brush rake is strength and reliability. People not in the business wouldn’t believe the complexity, and some of the hazards, of this work. As a dozer person, your instincts tend to the “get a rake that can do anything” motif, and that’s really the best option.
Even if you don’t need a monster rake designed to rip up monster tree roots, a rake that’s too small or too light can be a liability in some environments. Your rake should be an extension of the blade, with the same reliability and fluent motion you need for efficient work. You need choices of rakes, though, so it’s a good idea to find a good supplier which can deliver any kind of rake you require.
There’s a very good company called Dozer Rakes in Texas. As the name suggests, they’re dozer rake specialists. They have a range of 8 Foot and 10 Foot rakes, custom rakes and mounting brackets which covers just about anything you could possibly need. Their prices are pretty painless, too, particularly for high quality rakes.
Their rakes are solid, strong and come with good strong blade mounts. One look at these rakes and you know you’ve found a real option for even very high grunt-factor work. Their custom rakes are an interesting, and very competently made, collection of choices.
For more information, and to see a good supplier meeting all the specs of any kind of rake you want, see their website here at www.dozerrakes.com. Suggestion – Talk to their experts about your needs. You’ll find they speak dozer language fluently.
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