Re: planter size/ barn door size in reply to Hoosierhog, 03-30-2013 20:31:04
We out grew our 12' doors very soon after the barn was built in 1980. We built little carts for the 5100 drill and the 1250 planter, and pushed them in sideways. Get your planter this year, if you want, I'm sure with a little ingenuity you can get it in there. You only have to do it twice a year.
Re: planter size/ barn door size in reply to Hoosierhog, 03-31-2013 11:38:25
No, there were never any pictures, and the dollies have long since cut in half to serve some other purpose. They were simply 12x12" angle iron frames with four casters each. Just jackknife one end of the implement through the door, enough to get it with a floor jack.
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