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 05-30-1999, 00:00 Post: 4499
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 Cement Mixer Question

Well, after much help and a lot of research, I decided to buy a 3-point cement mixer for my Kutota B-1750.I selected one from Tractor Supply and my local store ordered it for me. Then, they called and said that the manufacturer had gone out of business and they no longer carried it.I then found another dealer locally that carried a mixer, but he brought up some interesting questions which I need help with.He said that on many smaller tractors, when you go to the dump position, the PTO shaft has to reach such an angle that it binds up. Thus, the only way to dump is with the PTO off and that often doesn't work well at unloading the drum.Does anyone have any experience with 3-point cement mixers on smaller tractors?If you have a positive experience, could you recommend a brand?This dealer also told me that there is only one manufacturer of 3-point cement mixers and I believe he said they are Italian, but marketed under many different brand names.






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 05-30-1999, 00:00 Post: 4505
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Worksaver in Illinois has a cement mixer in their product line. Go to [http://www.worksaver.com]. Send them an e-mail. They should be able to answer your question.






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 06-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 4583
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 Cement Mixer Question

Sam. I have one that I use on my Ford 2110. I have to operate it in the manner you mention. Still works good if the material is aways from where it is to be used. If my tractor was larger it would probably work better. The unit is Italian also.Good LuckRon from Conn.






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 06-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 4597
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 Cement Mixer Question

I was looking through the 3 pt. equipment at a Tractor Supply store in Howell,Michigan and they had one in their store. If you want it they probably could get towhere your store is!






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 06-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 4610
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My Tractor Supply dealer here found 4 in stock across the country. He also told me that the manufacturer had stopped making them. That makes me worry about repair parts down the road, so I have opted not to purchase that unit.Thanks, though, if I reconsider the Tractor Supply unit, it will be helpful.






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