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Fred Cain 5 Shank Tractor 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool
Fred Cain 5 Shank 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool. Chisel Plow, Bermuda Grass Plow, or Field Plow
Fred Cain Tractor 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool, Chisel Plow


 
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The Fred Cain 5 Shank 3 Point Field Cultivator, Ripper, Tillage Tool

This Cultivator is a good attachment to break new ground or to tear up the hard pan in the field. The main beams have 1 inch spacing to easily adjust the shank width. The 2 x 2 inch high carbon heat treated angles help control twisting or bending of the shanks if they hit an obstruction in the field. The shank movement is controlled by double springs, that let them kick up. The standard ground engaging points are reversible for longer use.


  • 5 Shanks
  • Weight: 250lbs
  • 60" toolbar
  • Category 1, 3 Point Hitch
  • 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: $871.00

Product Code: FC-FIELD-CULTIVATOR-CAIN-5

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Model CA-5, 60" Category 1, toolbar, 250 lbs. Free shipping within 1,000 miles!
How to Use a Ripper / Field Cultivator - Gardening Series

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 20 Write a review.

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5 of 5 good quality product October 26, 2020
Reviewer: Lee Williams from Carrollton, GA United States  
i needed a heavy duty implement to break new ground on our small farm.  I've been very pleased with this product so far.  Its a perfect match for my old 40 hp Massey 135.  A 7 shank would need more tractor though.  I've been most impressed so far with the heavy duty quality of materials used.  I'm confident this piece of equipment will last many years to come.

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2 of 5 September 16, 2020
Reviewer: Ignatius Slott from New Waverly, TX United States  
I was excepting better quality, and to be able to adjust the height of the plows. The springs hooked on the shallow groove is a joke. Most likely will never even use it. Keep using the old one. Very disappointed.  EA RESPONSE:  Fred Cain has been using this very same design for 30+ years, and it is proven.  The spring design is effective and hasn't changed.  The pics obviously do not show any hint of ability to adjust the height.  Like most all tillage attachments, height must be dictated by the tractor lift.  Thanks for the business.  If you ever decide to actually use the ripper, I'm sure the results will be great!

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4 of 5 Fred Cain 5 Shank Cultivator, Ripper August 5, 2020
Reviewer: Michael Beers from Bumpass, VA United States  
I received the unit with no problems.  I did manage to wring off one of the bolts that attach the frame to the 3 pt hitch.  I replaced it with a Grade 5 bolt.  I did not notice from the description and pictures of the cultivator that it is not "Quick Hitch" compatible.  The unit would be a little nicer and easier to hook up if it was.  I have not yet tried it out in the field.

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5 of 5 Ripper/cultivator July 7, 2020
Reviewer: David Godin from Sheldon, VT United States  
This works great as a cultivator.
I did have to adjust the spacing of the tinges but that was easy. Great service

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4 of 5 Happy, did have 1 issue May 13, 2020
Reviewer: ZACHARY MINER from Iron Mountain, MI United States  
It works great my issue was is the stops on the outboardtines broke because the 2 rails were a 1/4 inch larger gap than the other units stretching the stop when bolted up creating a week spot along the bend and they cracked after 1 hour of use, one time came to far forward taking all pressure of the spring, I bolted it now that it was in to pieces and filled the gap with weild its great ever sence I'm assuming it must been an issue when the drill all the whole in the angle iron throwing of the wholes enough to make the gap wider.

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