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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3807042528&category=26192

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3807041520&category=26192

Couple of cultipackers from eBay. If you're within a reasonable distance of McBain, you could get a bargain.

Not an expert here, but the crowfoot-style packers are supposed to excel for lighter soils, and will work the ground a bit.

The other packer, a traditional style, may be more useful for most food plotters. It needs some repair, but could be very serviceable.
 

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We must be on the same page, last night I seen them also. I am looking for a cultipacker, but decided that I can find one closer. There is tons of old equipment scattered behind barns ect, in my area. I currently use a large lawn roller, that works well. I just thought the cultipacker, packs better, and puts the nice ridges in the soil.

Anyone need a 4 row planter? I called on one a few days ago. Its a John Deere 4 row, built 1980, sounds like its in good shape. Barn stored. He is asking $450. I was going to look at it until I found out it was 13 feet wide. Too large to fit in my shed.
 

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Looking for a 6-8' 3pt. cat. 1 cultipacker in good working shape. I'll have to push down a few trees with the 8', but could probably make it work. I've found few on www.sweettractors.com for around $700-$800....which is a heck of a lot better than $1500 new.
 

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I don`t have anything to pull it with. Even if I did, too many low, wet areas for anything other than hand held equipment.
 
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