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The truth about dozer root rakes

Jul 4th 2015 at 3:20 AM

Dozer root rake jobs can be extremely hard work. Big tree roots can destroy inferior quality rakes. They can also set back jobs by days or weeks, trying to fix the problem. Large root rake jobs can progressively damage rakes, too. The rakes are subjected to truly massive forces, both the movement of the dozer and the resistance of the tree roots.

A big dozer and a big tree root can turn an inferior quality rake in to a sort of “modern art” piece, because that’s about all the rake will be good for, after the tree root has finished with it. This is a pretty expensive experience for dozer businesses, resulting in downtime, lost money, replacement costs, and a schedule blowout that doesn’t bear thinking about.

If you’re in the dozer business, you’ll be well aware that rake quality is the secret to success. The trick is to get top quality rakes which are designed to take the direct in-ground stresses, with very heavy duty mounts which won’t shear when they’re subjected to pressures.

To get the best rakes, you need a specialist supplier. There’s a company called Dozer Rakes in Texas which offers a very good example of the best rakes on the market. Their bulldozer root rakes are the genuine article, tough, high-grunt factor rakes which are specifically designed to manage high stress loads. Their mounts are all heavy duty, no-nonsense reinforced mounts which will survive in even very demanding environments.

They offer a complete range of standard 8 and 10 foot rakes, with custom options, and mounting brackets. This is a virtual one stop shop for dozer rake users. Whether you need a super-rake or a brush rake, they’ll have it.

There’s another big plus about this company – Being specialists, they understand the dozer rake issues. They can help with selection of the right rakes, and they can also help with custom issues and mounting technicalities. They speak “dozer rake language”, so you can have a meaningful conversation about your needs.

For more information, see their website here at www.dozerrakes.com and talk to their experts. You’ll be glad you did.

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