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Fred Cain 13 Shank Category 2, Tractor 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool
Fred Cain Tractor 13 Shank 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool, jitterbug, field plow, Bermuda grass plow
Fred Cain Tractor 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool, Chisel Plow


 

Fred Cain 13 Shank Category 2, Tractor 3 Point Field Cultivator

The 13 Shank, Fred Cain Category II, 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool. Chisel Plow, Bermuda Grass Plow, or Field Plow, Break new ground or break up the hard pan in a field. The main beams have 1 inch spacing to easily adjust the shank width. The 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" high carbon, heat treated angle iron helps control twisting or bending of the shanks if they hit an obstruction in the field. 3" x 3" x 1/4" square tubing stiffener makes it an extra heavy duty category II, three point hitch. The shank movement is controlled by double springs and allow for kick up. The standard ground engaging points are reversible for longer use. Free shipping within 1,000 miles.


  • Weighs 800 lbs.
  • 113" toolbar
  • Category 2, 3 Point Hitch
  • 3" x 3" x 1/4" square tubing stiffener
  • Heavy Duty construction
  • 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" high carbon heat treated angles
  • Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Model # of shanks Bar width Weight
Ca 5 5 60" 250 Lbs.
Ca 7 7 85" 400 Lbs.
Ca 9 9 85" 450 Lbs.
Ca 11 11 105" 500 Lbs.
Ca 13 13 113" 800 Lbs.
Ca 15 15 131" 950 Lbs.
Ca 19 19 173" 1100 Lbs.

Our Price: $2,540.00

Product Code: FC-FIELD-CULTIVATOR-CAIN-13

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Model CA-13, 113" Category 2, toolbar, 800 lbs. Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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5 of 5 13 Shank - Ripper October 1, 2019
Reviewer: Jim Gibbons from Lamoille, NV United States  
I put this ripper to use right out of the box. It is a seriously heavy duty ripper that allowed me to work unplowed ground down to about 12 inches with no problems.  Pulled roots and rocks up to surface, leaving a really nicely tilled planting bed on first pass.

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