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Pull Behind ATV Cultipacker, 72 In.

The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
2 reviews
Prepare gardens for seeding or planting by breaking down dirt clumps and smoothing over the soil. This cultipacker pulls behind from an ATV and covers a 6 foot span. There are two 13 inch pneumatic tires that maneuver well over tough terrain.
Due to the size and/or weight of this product, it must be shipped via Motor Freight Truck only. Someone must be present for delivery.
Availability:
#102664
Product Overview

This ATV pull behind cultipacker measures 90 in. long, 48 inches wide from towing zone to the cultipacker, and stands 13-7/8 inches tall. The cylindrical ATV cultipacker features knobs built across 32 cast iron constructed packer wheels. Each wheel measures 9-1/2 inches in diameter. When these wheels roll through the soil, it forms small pockets for proper seeding. The wheel shaft measures 1-3/4 inches in diameter, and the air filled tires easily drive over soft or rigid ground.

Specifications
  • ATV Cultipacker
  • Dimensions: 90 in. L x 48 in. W x 13-7/8 in. H
  • Breaks soil clumps to create a smooth seedbed
  • Covers a 6 ft. span
  • Pneumatic tires: 13 in.
  • 32 Cast iron packer wheels
  • Weight: 418 lbs.
  • Packer wheels: 9-1/2 in.
  • Wheel shaft: 1-3/4 in. D
  • Use ASC # 102665 3-Point Hitch for Cultipackers to mount to a category 1 hitch
Product Review Summary
Based on 2 reviews
The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
January 03, 2021
72 inch cultipacker
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

not bad for the money worked good ,need to check all bolt before using bolts were not tighted. tires do not hold air they need to be foam filled or soild tires,besides those problems a good little piece of equipment.worked well in the feild.

chuck/bartow georgia from GA
June 06, 2017
72 inch cultipacker
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

It did what it was supposed to do but the set screws were not tight. While I was using it the main shaft slid through the bearings and rubbed on the tire causing it to blow out. First time using it.

Ricky Reynolds from GA