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    Default New to us, cultipacker

    We finally picked up a cultipacker. It is a 8' double row cultipacker made by Parker Plow Co. It seems to be in great shape, no cracks or welds none of the rollers are broke. We planted 2 acres of clover this weekend and packed it with our new to us cultipacker.
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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    Good find, glad to hear it's working for you.
    Don

    MF GC2400, FEL, 60in.MMM, 5ft. Cultivator, Single Bottom Plow, Bush Hog RTC48 tiller, MF 2360 front mount snowblower, 5ft backblade. BXpanded Piranha toothbar.

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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    It has a frame on top where we could add weight to it if need be.
    Also I need to find a way to modify it to either three point or put some kind of transport wheels to get if from plot to plot. We do not have a loader bucket for our tractor. It was loaded on my trailer with a bucket loader and when we got it back to our camp I had to use a come along to raise it of the trailer.

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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolves View Post
    It has a frame on top where we could add weight to it if need be.
    Also I need to find a way to modify it to either three point or put some kind of transport wheels to get if from plot to plot. We do not have a loader bucket for our tractor. It was loaded on my trailer with a bucket loader and when we got it back to our camp I had to use a come along to raise it of the trailer.
    You may be able to take off the back section, which would lighten it up. then fabricate lift points to hook to your 3pt.

    EDIT: but then again.............I see your on Long Island, you should have mainly sandy soil. If that is the case, I would consider using the back half only. Too much weight may mess up your planting.
    Check with others to be sure(I've never planted in sand).
    Don

    MF GC2400, FEL, 60in.MMM, 5ft. Cultivator, Single Bottom Plow, Bush Hog RTC48 tiller, MF 2360 front mount snowblower, 5ft backblade. BXpanded Piranha toothbar.

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    Member timberwolves's Avatar
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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    Don we live on Long Island, hunting camp is upstate NY mostly rocky soil.

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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    timberwolves,

    that is a very good looking piece, that is the cats meow,if you want to do any re-seeding or slitting a current lawn that is very rough with a straight disc then going over it afterwards,,with your culitpacker,,,,,i'm jealous...

    take care,
    bc

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    Default Re: New to us, cultipacker

    I need one of those, looks great.
    LS U5030C w/FEL, Bush Hog 307, Modern 7' industrial grade box blade w/hydraulic rippers, Rhino SPHD PHD, 48" Wildkat grapple, 72" Ratchet Rake, 6' King Kutter II tiller, 10' International Disk with hydraulic lift, 7' Vulcan double axle cultipacker, 76" W.R. Long bucket tooth bar.

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