Hauling one can be a challenge . And towing it that far is almost out of the question. Myself i have hauled many grain drills . The way i use to haul them was standing up , if it had a walk board on the back i would remove it and the brackets and place a couple old tires under the box with the tongue pointing to the sky. , If it had press wheels i would either remove or block it up so the press wheels were not touching and chain to the axles and chain the tongue up. Hauling a grain drill with out doing any damage is a feet in rigging and creative thinking . Loading was not and issue along with unloading as at both ends there were loaders with boom poles . So if your buying one off a farm and they do not have a loader that can reach high enough to lift it by the tongue you have your work cut out.
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