*Designed by lawn care professionals
CMP Attachments CMP-ZHD zero-turn mower front mount dethatcher is their heavy duty model designed especially for commercial use. This heavy duty dethatcher includes tires made in Nevada, solid foam, and fully greasable. All tines are industrial grade made in Chicago, so no more replacing tines every year. The tines run straight, all the way down to eliminate bending at the bottom while turning or backing up,the tines stay engaged in the grass. This CMP heavy duty Z-Turn front mount dethatcher is built with 3/16" plate steel and 11GA main frame tubing. The front yoke bearings are 3/4" x 3" needle bearings. This unit pins onto the mounting bar for easy removal. All surfaces are primed and powder coated. The height, side to side, and length adjustments allows it to fit any type of mower. The heavy duty handle system is also adjustable. This dethatcher is the best value for a front mount zero-turn dethatcher available.
This front mount mower dethatcher rake is great for use in dethatching grass to let your lawn breath. Healthy grass needs air and room to grow. CMP dethatchers allow you to quickly and easily remove any build-up of dead grass, leaves, stems and over crowded roots promoting a lush, green lawn. No longer is your zero turn mower confined to using a pull behind dethatcher designed for a lawn tractor or ATV. With this CMP Attachments front mount dethatcher you aren't required to take wide turns to avoid damaging the hitch and toung of a pull behind dethatcher. This Z-Turn dethatcher turns with your mower. Mounting in front of the mower allows the extracted thatch to be mulched by the mower blades, for faster decomposition, or collected using a sweeper.
Thatch is a layer of dead grass, roots and other small lawn debris between the top growth of your grass and the roots. Thatch acts like a barrier shield to a healthy lawn, keeping moisture, air and nutrients from entering your lawn's root system. Removing this layer, or dethatching, helps your lawn's root system prosper. If you plan to seed, dethatching is an important step that should not be overlooked before spreading. Seed will often take root in thatch rather than the soil, and will die out quickly due to insufficient access to nutrients and water.