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    MF CULTIVATOR

    I want to buy a cultivator that matches a MF 1200/1250, not sure of the different models. Are they spring tine or rigid?
    Prefer a 3 meter.
    Thanks.

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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    you will have to enlighten a bit, I have a MF light cultivator for sale semi rigid/spring tined.

    Are you looking deep (chisel plough type) or shallow cultivation type?

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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    Not a deep chisel type, something in between, have you a model number?

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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    No model number, so here are some pictures.

    This drag is 4m manual fold up there are 3 rows of tines (32).

    Paint not to good but sound machine.
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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    Thanks for the photos.
    It looks sound but it's a shade light, there is a heavier model I'm after.
    Ta.

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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    Quote Originally Posted by Doubleacting View Post
    Thanks for the photos.
    It looks sound but it's a shade light, there is a heavier model I'm after.
    Ta.
    Have a look on the Ellis Machinery site here, there is a heavier weight MF cultivator about half way down the page. I spotted it in their yard the other day so know it is still there.
    Stay in Northamptonshire - meadowviewcottages.co.uk

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    Re: MF CULTIVATOR

    That's something like what I'm after but I thought these came with wheels. It would make them more user friendly.

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