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3-point cement mixer

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Terry Garner

12-17-2003 08:11:02

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I would like to purchase a PTO / 3-Point cement mixer for my 9N Ford.
Terry G.

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12-17-2003 13:04:13

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 Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to Terry Garner, 12-17-2003 08:11:02  
Many of the 3 point mixers currently available require a hydraulic top link to accomplish the dumping action. Back in the 60's and 70's there was one called a TransMix that used just the lower lift arms to do it's thing.

If you find one, buy it. They work great. The company has been out of business for a long time.

Here's a crude website containing all my mixer pics for anyone needing help figuring out how a TransMix mixer mounts on a tractor. Be sure to read the photo captions (separated document).

Look at photo 18 and 23 to see the mixer at rest and in dumping mode.

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Here's the pics...Jim.UT

12-17-2003 16:59:21

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 Re: Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to Jim.UT, 12-17-2003 13:04:13  
It appears my link in the above reply isn't worth much. Here's the pics I was trying to reference.

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I had...John,PA

12-17-2003 18:25:36

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 Re: Re: Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to Here's the pics...Jim.UT, 12-17-2003 16:59:21  
I had a Trans Mix Cement mixer on the back of my 9N for 20 yrs. Just removed it 3 yrs. ago and sold the mixer for $150.00.

I will attest to the fact the mixer was a real gem. In the 60's we used the mixer to lay a concrete floor in a new maintenance hangar. The job took awhile because the bldg. was 120ft. x 240 ft.


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12-17-2003 21:10:53

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to I had...John,PA, 12-17-2003 18:25:36  
This mixer came off a 2N and I'm sure it was there for at least 20 years. We had to do some minor mods to the frame to make it fit the 800 properly.

We've used it to lay a 30' x 12' patio, a floor in my sister's hay barn (probably about 24' x 30') and have started extending our driveway a section at a time.

$150 is about right. I paid $200 from Tom.WY who posts here occasionally and probably reads a lot more often.

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Tom WY

12-17-2003 22:42:24

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to Jim.UT, 12-17-2003 21:10:53  
You are correct Jim, I bought the tractor from my wifes uncle about 5 years ago. He told me the mixer (and loader) was on the 2N in 1971, when he bought it. He was a small cement contractor. I bet that mixer has paid for itself more than once!
The laoder is still available.......

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12-17-2003 11:45:27

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 Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to Terry Garner, 12-17-2003 08:11:02  

Not sure what the question is. They are available from Tractor Supply.

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RoN of ohio

12-17-2003 12:38:47

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 Re: Re: 3-point cement mixer in reply to JerryU, 12-17-2003 11:45:27  
I tried to check availability and price on the TSC website and all I got was "not available".

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