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 05-12-2001, 21:03 Post: 28098
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I need to do some cement and masonary work. I was considering purchasing a PTO cement mixer rather than a stand alone. I have 2 tractors so could allow on to mix and the other to move sand etc. Does any one have any experience with these units. Are the plastic drums any good?






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 05-14-2001, 13:21 Post: 28164
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We have several of these type of mixers, including one with a 'plastic' drum, actually HDPE (high density poly ethelyne) which I had to purchase 'in a pinch' in order to finish up a big job. It turned out to be the best of them, if you don't get the drum cleaned out right away and a little cement stays behind, as is normally the case, a couple whacks with a rubber mallet and all the dry cement fallls out and the drum is clean as a whistle. As an added bonus it is about 200 lbs. lighter than the steel drum version. Try to find one that has, or can be adapted to dump hydraulically, meaning the operator can dump without leaving the drivers seat. Best of luck.






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 05-15-2001, 09:17 Post: 28195
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Murf, I'm interested in acquiring a 3-Pt Cement Mixer too - can you tell me what brand & where you purchased your HDPE type mixer ? TIA, Dave






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 05-15-2001, 09:25 Post: 28196
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Murf and Dave, I haven't been able to track down a poly pto mixer so far, only steel ones. I would be more interested in a poly unit also.






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Central Tractor (CT)in KY sold the poly units and had them in their catalogs few years ago, but I can not find CT on net nor can I find the units. Worksaver has steel units on the net and Northern tool (www.northerntool.com) has them for sale.






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