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    [QUOTE=BrickSiloFarm;3777210]Can you recommend a cat 1, 3-point cultivator for a subcompact 25 HP Case IH DX25E?

    I was wondering the same thing for my massey Gc 2400

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    Sorry for the delay. Finally got over to my property with a tape measure. Outside width on my turf tires is 59 inches. As a newbie I appreciate any thoughts or opinions. Ted thanks for the shipping info.

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    I think the perfect size box blade would be a 66". You could go with our Xtreme Duty Compact Box Blade or the Xtreme Utility Box Blade for extra counterweight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrickSiloFarm View Post
    Can you recommend a cat 1, 3-point cultivator for a subcompact 25 HP Case IH DX25E? Looks like I have a limited cat 1 hitch? I can handle a Farm King 500 snowblower just fine but the 3-points fit lower than on the King Kutter cultivator I looked at. Thanks! Another option is to get a larger sleeve hitch version and get a triangle mount to marry the two together, but I want to avoid that.
    I do not think the KK Cultivator or the ETA 110 Cultivator will work because of hitch location/tine length on the cultivators as well as the limited lift height of subcompact tractors.
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    Any tips on keeping the mounting bolts for the gauge wheels on my EA rake tight?

    Mine are coming loose after maybe 15 minutes, making using them tough.

    Bolts with nylon threaded locknuts. I have them tightened to maybe 150-160 lbs and still they soon get loose.

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    BGH, if the nylocks won't stay tight you might try double nuttuing new bolts. I say new bolts because the old ones may have stretched from over tightening. Torque the new bolts to spec or by a standard torque table. Intall the second nut and torque it while holding the first nut with an open end wrench. Might have to go to a higher grade bolt if that doesn't do the trick.

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    Thnks, I'll give that a try.

    imo a major contribution to the problem is how big the holes are drilled, esp on the gauge arm bracket.

    The nuts have a really hard time keeping the arm bracket from rotating due to that hole slop. I'd estimate the end of the gauge wheel arm can move up and down around 8 inches when the nuts aren't holding it in place (which they barely do best case).

    If I were handy I'd consider welding up the hole area and redrilling both holes the same and closer to the size of the bolt. Maybe there was some reason EA drilled them so big (and different) but if so it's beyound my pay grade.

    Would star nuts help a new bolt/nut bite better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BGigHarbor View Post
    Thnks, I'll give that a try.

    imo a major contribution to the problem is how big the holes are drilled, esp on the gauge arm bracket.

    The nuts have a really hard time keeping the arm bracket from rotating due to that hole slop. I'd estimate the end of the gauge wheel arm can move up and down around 8 inches when the nuts aren't holding it in place (which they barely do best case).

    If I were handy I'd consider welding up the hole area and redrilling both holes the same and closer to the size of the bolt. Maybe there was some reason EA drilled them so big (and different) but if so it's beyound my pay grade.

    Would star nuts help a new bolt/nut bite better?
    We haven't heard of this issue until now. I will send you some new collars with nuts/bolts if it will help.
    Just send me a PM or give me a call. I'll ask Ted if he has any ideas when I see him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    We haven't heard of this issue until now. I will send you some new collars with nuts/bolts if it will help.
    Just send me a PM or give me a call. I'll ask Ted if he has any ideas when I see him.
    Travis
    I may not have been clear enough. The problem I am having is not with the swivel collars on the wheel mounting assembly. It is where the gauge wheel arm mounts to the rake body.

    Bolts are not keeping the arm bracket in place and within minutes the arm gets loose enough to move up and down to the limit the holes in the bracket allow. I don't want to run it that way as I am concerned the bracket and rake holes will get pounded elongated and they are already bigger than I would have expected.

    So I am looking for suggestions on how to have the bolts hold the gauge wheel arm securely to the rake body. Maybe different bolts, star washers, whatever you think will work. And maybe some torque specs for the new bolts as I might have stretched my existing bolts and nuts in trying to get it to hold. I currently have them torqued to maybe 165 ft/lbs which is probably too much.

    Any suggestions are welcome as for now I can't use the gauge wheels. Thanks, Bill

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    Bill, I just verified that the holes in the rake frame and the holes on the gauge wheel assembly are supposed to be exactly the same.
    Will you email me pictures of what you've got going on? I am eager to get this resolved.
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