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Leonard All-Steel Straight Rakes

  • 4 Stars
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High-quality steel construction!

Leonard All-Steel Straight Rakes feature a steel head. This head has 3-1/2-inch welded teeth. Choose your desired head size below.

We equip the all-steel head to a 66-inch long handle. We make this handle using tempered and heat-treated steel. We powder-coat it to protect it from rust and corrosion. We cap the handle with a comfort grip to reduce fatigue during prolonged use. The head and handle connect via a reinforced T-connection. The bolt design allows for an easy head to handle assembly.

Leonard All-Steel Rakes are excellent for grading and leveling. Use the teeth to spread your material and flip the rake over and use the flat side to level it out. Their all-steel construction ensures that they last through even the toughest tasks.

From head to handle, we designed these rakes to last. The heat-treated teeth flex, preventing them from bending or breaking. We back the quality of this tool with a lifetime warranty!
Item # Head Width Stock Status 1 – 9 10 + Qty
MR18 18 Inches In Stock $46.99 $44.25
MR24 24 Inches In Stock $50.74 $48.22


  • Overall length (inches): 67-1/2
  • Overall width (inches): Varies
  • Overall weight (pounds): Varies
  • Head material: Steel
  • Tooth count: Varies
  • Tooth length (inches): 3-1/2
  • Head length (inches): 1-1/2
  • Head width (inches): Varies
  • Handle material: Steel
  • Handle length (inches): 66

Product Features

  • High-quality all-steel construction
  • Welded teeth
  • Powder-coated handle
  • Comfort grip
  • Reinforced T-connection

Product Benefits

  • Excellent for grading and leveling tasks
  • All-steel construction allows for a long service life
  • Welded, heat-treated teeth flex instead of bending or breaking
  • Powder-coated handle resists rust and corrosion
  • Bolt design allows for an easy head-to-handle assembly


We cover these products with a lifetime warranty. Please click here for details.

Review Summary (Based on 11 Reviews)

5 Stars

Very Solid and Durable wrote

My job requires me to rake lots and lots of gravel. We used to use an aluminum landscaping rake, but not anymore. They would bend and invariably break at an always inopportune moment. This rake is Very well made. It's all steel with welded, hardened flat steel concrete nails as the tines. They are spaced just right and the width of the rake itself is just right so as to not be tempted to move more material than you should. I wish I would have found this rake 10 years ago. My advice: Get One.

5 Stars

My favorite by far wrote

I bought the 18” a few years ago when I finally gave up on constantly replacing Craftsman bow rakes, as their kept coming loose within a few uses. I was leery of this one being shipped with a bolt-on head, but that has turned out to be a boon to me. The flared mounting plate reinforces the head and also allowed me to add a length of 1”x1-1/2” angle iron along the head to serve as an even better leveling head when I flip the rake over. Also, its weight further helps this rake’s teeth sink into the earth for grading lawns. There are cut teeth welded to a rigid z-bar, and their squared edges really bite into the soil well to loosen it. I will say that, in my large hands, this handle could be a larger diameter to grip it more easily. Also, the end cap always slips off, but I’m often choking up to really bear down as I drag heavy soils, so that isn’t much of an issue for me. All in all, I’m a big fan of this beast.

4 Stars

Steel Rake wrote

The rakes were purchased for landscape projects. They are sturdy and well built but would be better if the angle of the head was so that it was vertical with the soil when being used.

5 Stars

Best rake wrote

I use this rake at work, and liked it better than any other rake I've used, ever. So when I needed to buy a rake for personal use, I bought this one. I like the strength, and length of the tines, and the simple head design. It is possible to bend the teeth on either end of the head by throwing the rake down so the tines hit the ground first, but then, you shouldn't be doing that anyway. Treat it well and it'll last a long time.

5 Stars

Straight steel rake wrote

I've been using these rakes for quite some time now - at least 15 years - they are one of the better rakes I have used over the years.

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