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VIDEO: CID's New 4-in-1 Power Rake Featured at World of Concrete

Thu November 09, 2023 - National Edition #1
CID Attachments

CID Attachments will feature the 4-in-1 Power Rake in World of Concrete booth #C7203.

Combining all the advantages of a versatile 4-in-1 bucket with a rugged power rake, this unique product is a powerful and practical soil conditioning machine. Users can dig, load, grab and back drag as well as prepare the soil bed without changing attachments, thus saving time, and enhancing efficiency on the job site, according to the manufacturer.

When reconditioning a gravel driveway or bed, for example, the power rake conditions the soil and kicks the largest rocks forward and leaves a smooth surface behind. The rocks can then be scooped up and removed with the bucket, which also can be used to place additional gravel in areas where needed — all without changing implements.

The 4-in-1 Power Rake is supplied with a smooth edge bucket, a bolt on edge or welded teeth are optional. Users who opt for bolt on teeth for more aggressive digging can raise the grapple and use the back side of the bucket as a smooth edge bucket for an all-in-one solution.

IronCraft 4-in-1 Power Rakes are available in various widths and sizes from mini skid-steers to full size machines. With many timesaving uses, they are ideal for a construction site application as well as landscape projects, and those on farms, orchards, vineyards and more, the manufacturer said.

Rugged and durable construction includes dual 2-1/2x8 in. cylinders, 1-1 /4 in. pivot pins, carbide roller tips, 7-½-in. diameter drum (10-¼ in. tip to tip diameter), with a direct drive motor and side cutters as standard. Requires a flow rate of 15-25 gpm. Universal wiring harness available as 7-pin, 8-pin, or 14-pin.

The 4-in-1 Power Rake is manufactured in the USA and stocked for immediate availability through IronCraft's nationwide dealer network. Each attachment is warranted for a full year.

IronCraft LLC, was formerly branded as Titan Implement. The company was purchased by LFM Capital which plans major capital expenditures over the next 24-months at the Athens, Tenn., factory as well as other southeastern Tennessee locations including a paint booth, laser cutting, robotic welding, and more. In addition, other initiatives to support the post-purchase experience include online parts lookup, service manuals, training resources, and adding more product support locations across the country.

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