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Advanced fabrication processes, heavy duty components and simplified controls make the MTW Power Box Rake from MTW Specialty Products an ideal choice for breaking up, raking and leveling hard-packed soil, gravel, sod and other terrain—effectively and efficiently. MTW’s Heavy Duty Power Box Rakes can handle a diverse range of projects including:

  • Developing and maintaining building sites, trails, logging roads, food lots, dirt race tracks, horse arenas and more. 
  • Final seedbed preparation. 
  • Construction and restoration of driveways and alleyways. 
  • Rock racking. 

MTW’s stronger steel frames and simplified controls help commercial operators and do-it-yourselfers refine more material in less time while minimizing downtime due to breakage and repairs. Three models are available for both hydraulic skid steers and PTO tractor applications and can be ordered with weld-on teeth, replaceable teeth or carbide teeth. All units come standard with airless solid rubber tires, and manual adjustments can be made to deflect material from 10 to 20 degrees.

MTW Power Box Rake_PTO Tractor ApplicationsThe Mark III is MTW’s most rugged model with an 8-inch diameter rotor and available in eight and ten-foot widths. It’s designed for high flow skid steers and tractors exceeding 60 hp and features .375” wall construction, reinforced fabrication throughout, extreme duty hitches, a virtually indestructible chain case and fabricated wheel yokes. MTW’s Mark II model offers a six-inch diameter rotor in six, seven and eight-foot widths with .25” wall construction throughout and many of the same heavy-duty features as the Mark III. The Mark I features a six-inch diameter rotor with carbide teeth as standard and is available in four, five and six-foot widths. It’s ideal for compact tractors, small to medium skid steers and mini-skid steers.

MTW Power Box Rakes can be purchased through selected dealers or direct from the factory.

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