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Cosmo BM 80 350 Cement Mixer
Cosmo 80-350 Cement Mixer Tractor 3 point hitch, PTO driven cement mixer


 
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Cosmo 80-350 Cement Mixer

This cement mixer by Cosmo, will carry about 12.3 cubic feet of concrete for mixing, transporting, or pouring. It uses the standard category 1, 3 point hitch, requires rear tractor hydraulics to operate the dump cylinder, and is PTO driven.

Our Price: $1,270.00

Product Code: CSMO-BM80-350-CM

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Cement or concrete mixers utilize a rotating drum to thoroughly blend together cement, gravel, sand, and water to form concrete. It is important to deliver the concrete to the intended location before the mixture becomes too hard. This is where attaching a cement mixer to a tractor provides ample mobility. Any construction job will become much easier and more efficient with a tractor cement mixer.


Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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October 27, 2017
Reviewer: Ronnie Hebert from Larose, LA United States  
I mixed and poured 20-80lb. Bags of cement in about 2hrs. I had no problems with the mixing and pouring by myself. Great product so far.

Ronnie

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Cement mixer September 26, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Vicksburg, MS United States  
I bought the350 cosmo mixer last year.    I used it for the first time this month.   The mixer worked well with batches using three five gallon buckets of gravel, three 5 gallon buckets of sand and five gallons of cement and water.   I was able to run the mixer on a kubota 38 horse power tractor.  No problem with the tractor handling the mixer loaded.  I placed 3.3 yds of concrete.   To increase batch size i used 4.5 buckets of gravel, 4.5 buckets sand, and one 94 lb sak cement.   The tractor handled the mixer well.   I ran the unit on idle without a problem.  When i was placing the last batch i noticed the metal where the three point hitch connects the lifting cat one hitch pin was bent as if stressed under load.   Im not sure what caused this to happen but it appears the plate steel of the mixer supports at the cat one hitch should be thicker and more robust to handle the stress of lifting, tilting, and mixing etc.  I will contact everthingattachments and see what they recommend.

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Great Service April 19, 2016
Reviewer: Patrick from North Carolina  
Good product, Good Service, Good Company

Only complaint is the Mixer need some touch up paint on receipt to minimize rust.

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