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    Default 4 row cultivator

    I just bought a 4 row planter to plant some food plots with. Now I have been looking for a cultivator. I came across a 4 row cultivator that looks to be in pretty good shape. I am just not sure if it will be too much for my CT230 to handle. Any of you use something similar? Do you think it can handle it?
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    Default Re: 4 row cultivator

    4 row might be a bit too much for it. All depends on depth setting and speed desired. If price is right, you could always take the 2 outside row shanks off, turn it into a 2 row.
    Dennis

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    Default Re: 4 row cultivator

    Yes, I thought it might be also but I also thought I would be in low range most of the time for our small plots. They are asking $600 for it. It looks like it is in decent shape but that still seems a bit high. I may continue to look around a bit and see what else is out there.
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    Default Re: 4 row cultivator

    I tried a 4 row cultivator on a 300 Utility, and it stopped it in it's tracks. And the ute had wheel weights and excellent tires.

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