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    Default carry load/drag behind scraper

    Has anyone used or know of small carry load AKA drag scraper made that will work on a CUT (a 5203 JD in my case). I would think that three to four yard capacity would be the max. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

    Thanks for any help anyone can offer.

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    Default Re: carry load/drag behind scraper

    Here's a thread from a while back that might help. Scraper
    Cheers!

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    Default Re: carry load/drag behind scraper

    I think it takes about a 35 to 40 horse tractor to load an open bowl type pan in a 2 yard range. About 50 to 60 in a 4 yards open bowl pan. Hancock used to make an elevator scraper that had a fully functioning pto elevator that was a 4 yard capacity on 2 wheels. It took 35 to 40 minimum HP to pull it. Hoelscher makes an expensive 1.5 yard pan that runs off the lift and one 2 way remote and Durabuilt offers a 2 yard pan for a 35 hp tractor for around 2800.

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    Default Re: carry load/drag behind scraper

    Thanks for the reply. Try as I may I can't find Durabuilt scrapers using Google.

    My Dad left me a bunch of rag tag old equipment. Among it all is an old fresno. I haven't dug it out of the weeds and dirt to see what kind of shape it is in. I remember him cleaning out the stock tank with it. Hours on hours.


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    Thanks much for the thread.

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    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( Try as I may I can't find Durabuilt scrapers using Google. )</font>

    unreconstructed,
    You've got to misspell it to get anywhere, I didn't find anything but ag equipment distributors:
    <font color="brown">Link</font>

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    <font color="red">Durabilt Industries, Inc.</font>
    At least here's a phone number...

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    Durabilt Industries
    (Hay equipment and rake caddies)
    Mr. Jerry Nelson, Manager
    P. O. Box 717
    Pocahontas, AR 72455
    Phone: 870-892-4501
    Fax: 870-892-0729

    It trickles in if you dig...

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    Default Re: carry load/drag behind scraper

    I can verify that's a real town. 'Bout an hour from here. I've been meaning to take a road trip over there to play tourist as Pochantas is sort of the center for haying/cattle operations in the area. Lots of haying equipment dealers and utility size tractors.

    They make a one bale hauling trailer called a tumble bug that's very popular around these parts. Self loading and unloading.

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    Default Re: carry load/drag behind scraper

    fresno.

    Takes a good man to hang onto the handle but you may be surprised how much you can move if the are three people.

    Egon

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