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Re: 3 point attachment

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Jerry D in NC

03-21-2001 07:37:19

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That is probably a decent (not great) price on that piece of equipment but I got to ask, what are you trying to do. A cultipacker is a very specialized piece of equipment used for pressing seed into well prepared soil. This would not be my first choice for the first tillage tool I bought. A tiller attachment is not that much more expensive than you are talking about and does alot more for you from breaking new ground to touching up last years garden. A disk harrow would be another consideration if you are working alot of ground and a drag harrow will do wonders at leveling.

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03-21-2001 19:50:49

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 Re: Re: 3 point attachment in reply to Jerry D in NC, 03-21-2001 07:37:19  
if it's in good shape that's not a bad price.check to see if it's a super gill.you can tell by the 3 point frame.if it's soild flat plate,it's a super.if the frame is made of bar stock,it's a standard.the super gill can be fitted with a seedbox,but their not to practical.for what your doing you don't need a cultimulcher.good luck.

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Jim Vogel

03-21-2001 08:00:06

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 Re: Re: 3 point attachment in reply to Jerry D in NC, 03-21-2001 07:37:19  
I am using it for fine grading in the installation of new lawns. I've used them before with excellent results. Don't know what a cultipacker is, but it doesn't sound like the tool I'm talking about.

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Jerry D in NC

03-22-2001 09:28:34

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 Re: Re: Re: 3 point attachment in reply to Jim Vogel, 03-21-2001 08:00:06  
Then maybe I am confused as to what it is. I thought it was similar to a box blade with some spike teeth and 2 rollers that compact what you just loosened. I always considered them a glorified cultipacker.

Never mind my advice. What I would recommend is going over to the implement forum here at YT and ask the question there.

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