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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    MikeInEburg, thanks for the good info. For the next year at least, maybe two, all of my tractor work will be on fairly level ground without too many tight turns. But, a couple years down the road, if I make it that far, I'll be working down in the heavily wooded canyon behind our house and steep inclines will definitely be involved. I will plan for that with your advice in mind!

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    Elite Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by tarzane View Post
    Seeking advice on best cart/wagon to get to pull behind my 1025R JD, to haul bulk materials, dirt, firewood, brush, etc. Brand, size, feature recommendations are sought. Thanks.
    For tight clearance areas this small carry all is very handy.

    In the low receiver.
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    In the top receiver.
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    OMNI Carry All - OMNI Mfg LLC


    It will also work in the receiver hitch on your truck!
    Hold "Ctrl" and click on picture to open it in a new Tab.

    My Avatar, the TORO+Loader:
    Kwik-Way FEL and TORO Groundsmaster Put Together

    Compact Telehandler: ​(This replaced my tractor) V417 Versahander

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Thank you, Jeff, very interesting. I visited their website.

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Thanks, bigtiller!

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Thanks, Lunk, I'll check it out!

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    Deere 3320 w/eHydro

    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    I picked up the Cory 3000lb running gear for $850 and added a 5x10 deck for another $160 including screws. For a tractor that weighs less than 2000lbs, I'd consider where you want to use the trailer because a heavier trailer can easily push a tow vehicle going down hill. While not that easy to back up, the Cory, Horst, or similar type trailers are easy to move. Mine is small enough to push/pull manually. Either behind the tractor or my Gator, the running gear works best for me while moving logs and firewood chunks.

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Or you could try buying a used boat trailer, or something like that and customize it for your use. I sure wouldn't pay a bunch of money for a trailer made in china when there's tons of tongues and axles laying around ready to be used.
    Kubota mx4700, Ford 8nx2, Timberking B-20 sawmill, Farmi 351 skidding winch, tiller, mower, bale chopper, etc. F250 5 speed I6. Stihl and shindaiwa saws.

    Every spring I drill 450 holes in maple trees, so I get to make about twelve cords of wood a year. Just me and the Gransfors Bruks splitting maul.

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    That is one nice trailer! Too big for garden work, but really nice for bigger tasks where there is space to maneuver.

    Quote Originally Posted by nspec View Post

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    I have this one, and really love it. It's an appropriately matched size for either my SCUT tractor, or pull behind the RTV.

    https://www.kingkutter.com/store-product.aspx?id=3511

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    Default Re: Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Steve_in_SEMich,
    You are very right about being pushed by a fully loaded trailer. Even though my tractor weighs 9650lb it can be a bit exciting going down the valley in my driveway being pushed by a loaded trailer. There have been times I've thought of hydraulic trailer brakes. My trailer can be moved, when empty, with my ATV - however, not by hand. The box I made is 8' X 12' and has a 3/16 steel bed liner on top of 5/4 T&G exterior plywood. All of this is to resist damage when I load LARGE rock into the trailer.

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