you'll be loving that tractor..heck of a deal. yea bigger tractors need bigger implements
Thats why im leaning towards a 3 pointNice tractor. We just have a T4.75 and its been good to us so far. We also use a disc like the one your selling in 3pt but in 90''. We had a pull behind but most of the areas we used it for were to small and it was a pain to move though the woods.
+1 on the field cultivatorI would look at a 10-14'field cultivator with some kind of harrow in the rear of it. I got a 14' one for my t4.75 and it works so much better than my 10' pull disk. As long as you spray and kill everything first one pass with field cultivator and cultipacker and it smoother than 3-4 passed with a disk.
Do you have that guys contact info?+1 on the field cultivator
I just changed over last year from disc to a 3 point John Deere cultivator with quad row built in harrow that was once a bat wing type in the big Illinois corn fields ..found a guy up there that pulls off the wings ...sells the center 8/10' section as 3 point as well as welding up the wings as smaller 3 point cultivators for the smaller food plot tractors ..and at great prices
Understand the ag industry considers field cultivators as "secondary tillage" ...meaning to follow up primary tillage like a chisel plow or plow or disc (around here primary tillage generally occurs in fall and the secondary tillage field cultivator ..spring)
But it depends on your soil type ..what was grown the previous year(trash on top) ..we kept our disc only to break new ground and or ground river covered for an extensive period
Our river bottoms will definitely handle cultivator for all work providing we have a good burn down
What will this do for the machine?I would also look for some wheel weights or fill the rear tires. Will make a huge difference. Nice tractor.