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Craftsman 24315 40" Rear Mount Lawn Dethatcher

Item# 07124315000P | Model# 24315 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Give Your Lawn Some Breathing Room Your lawn will have all the water and nutrients it needs to thrive with this Craftsman 40" rear mount lawn dethatcher. Designed to fit any riding mower with a rear hitch pin, this attachment uses 10 double-tooth spring tines made of steel to get rid of thatch and large clippings from your freshly mowed lawn. It's never been easier to help your lawn grow than with this tractor attachment from Craftsman.

  • Automatic raking action takes the work off your hands
  • 10 double-tooth spring tines for effective dethatching
  • Single-lever design makes it easy to raise or lower the attachment
  • Fits all brands of riding mowers with rear hitch pins
  • Adjust the hitch to a range of 8" - 14" for quick and easy hookups
  • Features a weight tray with built-in holes
  • Tough, heavy-gauge steel construction gives you all the durability you need
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
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By OCDTools
April 29th, 2016
My yard loves it

I've owned this dethatcher for a few years now. It is well-made and does it's job at a great price point. It did not take me long to assemble at all. It really digs down and brings up all those matted down grass clippings. I use it in addition to my bagger so I can collect the clippings that aren't stuck in the tines. I looked at several models at big box retailers and decided that this was the best value, especially when it is on sale. I am very happy with the performance of this product. This and the Craftsman plug aerator I bought get regular use year after year on my acre lot as well as my friend's yards.

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By Highwaller
May 12th, 2015
Not as advertised

The hitch assy pictured is not the one that comes with the product. It is also NOT adjustable. Just take a look at the owner's manual. Their description states it is adjustable for hitches between 8" & 14". My hitch is 9" high and is too HIGH for this to properly connect to it. As I said, their hitch is NOT adjustable. When I connected it to my 9" hitch-plate, it would work OK as long as I only went straight. When cornering, the dethatcher binds at the hitch & tips up on one side. To allow it to take a corner, I had to fabricate an adapter to lower my hitch-plate by 1 and 1/2 inches. After doing that, it performed OK. And yes, I did follow the assembly instructions and yes, I do know what I'm doing. In case you were wondering.

6 found this review helpful
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Works very well for the price I would recommend it . Quality is very sturdy. Somewhat difficult to put together seems directions cover more then one model,about 30-45 mins .

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handy yard tool


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Jeff Verbeke
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Works great


Can’t beat it for the price saved myself hours of raking and pulled out all the thatch in the lawn

April 28th
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Time Saver


I love it. It saves so much time bagging instead of taking.

April 19th via bv
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A good tool to have


I bought this dethatcher on line and picked it up at the store. I put it together in about an hour with no difficulty. I used it on my lawn and it does a good job but I had to put extra weight on the carriage. Without the extra weight it wasn't getting deep enough. It sure beats using a hand rake.

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