Heavy-Duty Forestry Rake, 8-Inch Wide Head, 9 Tines

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Weight: 1.60 lbs

Super tough!

A-shaped with a steel reinforcing bar. Stiff round tines will not pull out. 48-inch ash handle. Rake head measures 8 inches wide and features 9 tines.


  • 8" wide head
  • 9 tines
  • 48" ash handle

Product Features

  • "A"-shaped metal rake head
  • Round tines
  • Steel reinforcing bar of tines

Product Benefits

  • Round tines reduce ripping into grass
  • Reinforcing bar reduces tine breakage

Review Summary (Based on 6 Reviews)

5 Stars

Rake for tight quarters Secret Garden Lavender & Herb Farm Lee Wayman from WA wrote June 12, 2018

We needed a small rake to get in between the lavenders in the field. This rake works great. Its perfect for getting in around the plants.

3 Stars

Nice and stukrdky Faye from MD wrote November 22, 2017

Works great, however before use the paint was coming off both rakes at the sides of the tins.

5 Stars

Best mulch rake. James Widman from KS wrote November 11, 2016

My crew laughed when they first saw the 9" wide rake, but the small size combined with the strength of the tines makes it a perfect rake for spreading mulch in between perennials and under/around shrubs. Anytime we mulch, that rake is the first choice.

5 Stars

great size AZZenny from AZ wrote November 26, 2013

No more telescoping/expanding rakes for me -- when I need a small head to get into snug areas,this is the go-to tool. Strong enough to handle dethatching but small and flexible enough to maneuver around the base of plants.

5 Stars

Narrow Forestry Rake Am a professional perennial gardener, working at private homes o from NY wrote January 29, 2011

Hands down the best shrub rake I have ever used in my perennial gardening business. The tines are virtually indestructible, although do bend occasionally, and the rake is exceptionally adept at getting at leaves, debris, etc in hard-to-reach places. Moreover, the tines are so stiff that I also use the rake in a shovel-like fashion for putting down mulch in situations where one has to be very careful in the placement of the mulch. I also use it to break up compacted mulch around perennials. All in all a very handy multiple use tool!