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Council Fire Rake, 1-foot Width

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# FR60
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Weight: 4.50 lbs

As tough a tool as they come! Chop, rake, clear, grade, cultivate - one tool for it all!

1-foot wide head; 5-foot handle. Made in the USA! This durable fire rake has been proven out in the field by wildfire fighters who need its fast-clearing power when seconds count. You may not be clearing for fire lines, but you'll appreciate the durability built into the tool that wildfire fighters count on. It's designed to chop, rake, and remove underbrush and vines, but it works equally well for heavy grading and cultivating. Tool steel-cutting teeth are specially sharpened and hardened, then secured to a tough iron cross member. Eye connection with screw attaches the 5-foot long handle. Meets US Forest Service specification 5100-284C. Weight 4.2lb.


  • 60" ash handle
  • 12" wide overall head, with red enamal coating
  • Four teeth with sharpened edges

Product Features

  • Tamp-down style handle socket; can break down easily for storage
  • Heavy duty construction for forest fire use, but can be applied to numerous landscape applications

Product Benefits

  • Can be used to clear brush, chop roots, rake debris
  • Ash handle has long, straight grain and provides strength, flexibility and memory

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

4 Stars

council fire rake wrote

I like the tool and long handle. The rake is very well constructed.What I don't like is,there are only two small screws provided to secure the rake to the handle. My suggestion is to drill a small hole through the rake shaft and handle where an all thread bolt can be inserted and secured with a washer and lock nut. Use the two small screws to stabilize the shaft onto the handle once the small bolt is secured. I modified my tool this way and it works very well.

5 Stars

Council Fire Rake wrote

I got a lot of guff for taking this rake on my last seven fires but now when my partners used it they want one for themselves. It's so light and compact you can put it in your fire pack and double tool with a shovel or other tool. Fantastic fire fighting tool. Try it i promise you wont regret it.

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