John Deere Gator 3 Point Hitch 4 Foot HD Cultipacker by Packer Maxx

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BRAND: Packer Maxx
Heavy-duty 4ft cultipacker by Packer Maxx for John Deere Gator, ideal for efficient seedbed preparation.
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UTV is both a fun buddy and a workhorse. It can do heavy-duty work, but equipment can always be added to enhance its abilities. One such equipment is the Packer Maxx 3pt Hitch 4 Foot HD Polyethylene Cultipacker. You don't have to worry any longer, because now, you can get your job done quickly and efficiently.

The cultipacker has been constructed from heavy-duty cross-linked polyethylene. The cultipacker is lightweight when empty. It becomes heavier when filled with either sand or water. It ensures seed to soil contact to provide the best possible chance for the seed to grow effectively. Furthermore, it maintains the water retention property of the soil. Any form of soil build-up is prevented with the help of profile scrapers. This product comes with detailed instructions on how to best use it.

Cultipacker Implement Features:

  • Low-cost, durable construction
  • Superior compaction
  • Profiled scrapers prevent soil build-up
  • Fits UTVs, ATVs, and Tractors
  • Made in the USA

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