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750bu wagons

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iowafarmer20

07-18-2011 16:52:58
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looking at purchasing two brent 744 gravity wagons. when talking to my neighbor about this he said the the DOT wouldnt allow these for hauling grain to town to my local co-op. said that they exceed the weight limit, but ive never heard of a weight limit for wagons. if anyone has some info please let me kno or what they suggest.




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Deere Scotty

07-27-2011 02:46:06
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
You didnt specify road condtions, & are crossing any bridges. The road I live on says 10,000lbs limit. Find a modern tillage tractor that weighs less...What a laugh! Way down the road is a bridge that says 5 ton limit! Now we have a problem!!! Wont go over the bridge with a load.



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mkirsch

07-20-2011 09:25:39
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
Ontario, as in Canada?

The original question pertained to IOWA.



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buickanddeere

07-20-2011 14:41:19
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to mkirsch, 07-20-2011 09:25:39  
Thought it would be an interesting bit of data on how regulations vary from region to region.



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VicS

07-19-2011 19:27:40
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
In Illinois a farm implement can weight 50000 lbs. So your wagon would be legal. I saw a Ford pickup pulling two of them. Somebody should have given him a ticket! Most usually you can hire a truck to haul to a river terminal for less than the trucking. Why fool with a wagon. Vic



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JimEvans

07-19-2011 16:44:17
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
The wagons are fine when pulled by a tractor. Weight limit in Iowa is 24,000 lbs per axle. The weigth of the wagon is 7300 lbs so if you fill them clear up you will be over, but you can easily put 720 bushels of dry corn in them without going over. You can overload to your heart's content during harvest season, since the limit then is 28,000 lbs per axle. The are 9' 6" wide, so again no big issue when pulled by a tractor.

BTW, Most of Europe hauls all of their farm products with tractors in order to get around overly restrictive truck license requirements.

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buickanddeere

07-19-2011 20:23:45
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to JimEvans, 07-19-2011 16:44:17  
19,845lb per axle if singles instead of dual tires in Ontario. If a wagon is considered to be a "trailer". I wonder if it depends on who you ask ?



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massey 333

07-19-2011 13:57:35
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
The factory for those wagons is in Ia.so you should get some good info.as to being legal or not.Unverferth doesn't want unhappy customers buying their products.A lot of chicken littles out there.



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rustyfarmall

07-19-2011 06:12:36
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
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I know the D.O.T. is imposing some new rules that WILL affect farmers to a greater extent than previously, but I think (don't know for sure) that the weight limits are increased during harvest season. Don't take my word for it however. Do a google search for "Iowa D.O.T.". The web site IS a government run website, and is set up by government type folks, therefore the whole thing is quite convoluted and confusing, but if you take the time and poke around, you will eventually find what you want to know.

Most of the information on that website is wide open to interpretation, and you will probably not interpret it the same as a D.O.T. officer does, but each officer will not interpret it the same either.

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mkirsch

07-19-2011 05:54:14
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 Re: 750bu wagons in reply to iowafarmer20, 07-18-2011 16:52:58  
Nobody here is going to have any more reliable or accurate information than your neighbor.

In other words, anything you read here will be rumor and innuendo. Maybe even just random guessing, or out-and-out lies and misinformation.

You really need to ask a local DOT official.



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