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    Default 3pt Caddy

    we got a deal on a Great Plains 1510HD no-till drill, but the drill does not fit on our tractor without removing the dual wheels. The ground drive wheels hit the duals, and thus we cant use it the way we got it.

    So Im looking for brands or places to get a 3pt caddy, or something similar...unless someone knows how to make it work without removing the duals. We are not really capable of removing the duals easily, and we need them on the tractor for nearly everything else.

    Any ideas? brands of 3pt caddies, other than Great Plains??

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: 3pt Caddy

    Quote Originally Posted by marksmu View Post
    we got a deal on a Great Plains 1510HD no-till drill, but the drill does not fit on our tractor without removing the dual wheels. The ground drive wheels hit the duals, and thus we cant use it the way we got it.

    So Im looking for brands or places to get a 3pt caddy, or something similar...unless someone knows how to make it work without removing the duals. We are not really capable of removing the duals easily, and we need them on the tractor for nearly everything else.

    Any ideas? brands of 3pt caddies, other than Great Plains??

    Thanks in advance.
    Got a cultipacker or something similar with wheels that works with your tractor? I'd hitch the drill to the cultipacker.

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    Default Re: 3pt Caddy

    Quote Originally Posted by flusher View Post
    Got a cultipacker or something similar with wheels that works with your tractor? I'd hitch the drill to the cultipacker.
    I dont have anything that is Cat III 3pt....everything has always been pull type.

    This is the first large 3pt implement we bought. It never crossed my mind the drive wheels would hit the tires.

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    Default Re: 3pt Caddy

    A friend has a pair of these three point carts. One for their soy planter and one for the corn planter. I think it has a fertilizer tank on the top to help balance the up lift on the tongue. I'll try to find out the brand.

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    Default Re: 3pt Caddy

    Yup, did a lot more searching and found yetter as well.

    Half the price of the Great Plains, and appears to be extremely well made and tough.

    Here is what the final package looks like put together. I am so far pretty happy with it all.
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