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- 10+ Years
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- Zip Code: 30114
- Tractors Owned: 1951 cub "Ms. Scarlett"
1962 Leora's loboy "Starburst"
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- Location: GA, Canton/Waleska
i found that a 4x4 wood pallet works pretty good, i have access to quite a few so it is cheap (free) and readily available . plus you could tie several together if you neede to.
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1948 F Cub Fast hitch
1949 F Cub
1950 F Cub Fast hitch
1965 Loboy Fast hitch
(15) FastHitch implements
tons' of cultivating and planting stuff
C-16 Cub Middlebuster
A33 Cub bean harvested
NOS Planet Jr. planter
172 planter, large combo hopper, 101A fertilzer hopper
- Location: MA, Dartmouth
markwayne wrote:I have a peg tooth harrow I can use after the disk if I feel the need.
Spike or peg tooth harrows will leave that looking like the base paths at Fenway Park before a game. Your garden will look like you have a Major League Baseball grounds crew working for ya!
Chain link fencing works very well too. Attach that behind your harrows to a heavy pipe and go.
Or rake it out by hand with a landsacping rake.
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Try an old combine cylinder mounted up like lawn roller and hook drag of some sort behind that!---NOT sure a cub would pull it but I would thing it should !!----I was going to make one, but I never have clods, so didnt see the need for one! thanks; sonny
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