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Re: front mounted cultivator for 770

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Lee E.

11-12-2012 14:24:34

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You could consider going all the way back to the 4-row pipe culitvator as used on the 70/77/88 tractors with the hydraulic cylinder lift package.

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Rich Iowa

11-12-2012 16:47:46

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to Lee E., 11-12-2012 14:24:34  
Other than a couple pictures on this site I've never seen the pipe style cultivators, but the 770s and 880s did have the holes for them. What models would be compatable? As you can probably tell I know very little about the cultivators.

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11-13-2012 05:28:49

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to Rich Iowa, 11-12-2012 16:47:46  
I have a pipe cultivator in swMn. $125

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J. Schwiebert

11-12-2012 18:38:30

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to Rich Iowa, 11-12-2012 16:47:46  
If the 770 has a Power Booster you can not use a pipe cultivator. The rear pipe will not slide throgh the frame because the Power Booster is in the way.

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Rich Iowa

11-13-2012 04:53:15

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 11-12-2012 18:38:30  
Guess I am lucky I don't have Power Booster on my 770. I looked at a picture on here of a 60 with the pipe cultivator, how were the pipes secured?

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11-13-2012 06:29:35

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to Rich Iowa, 11-13-2012 04:53:15  
If you look down in the top of the frame,there are bolt holes that go down in to the pipe holes. There was a long bolt through each of those holes and through the pipes.

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Rich Iowa

11-13-2012 13:53:33

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 Re: front mounted cultivator for 770 in reply to rrlund, 11-13-2012 06:29:35  
I took a look at the holes while messing with the tractor today, that's a pretty neat way to secure the pipes. Thanks for educating me.

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