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Cement Mixer – 3 Point

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Cement Mixer – 3 Point

$1,890.00

Cement Mixer – 3 Point:

BE-MX320G

  • Cat 1; 3PT hitch
  • 540 RPM PTO
  • 17″ loading mount
  • Parking support stand
  • Double acting cylinder with hoses
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Cement Mixer – 3 Point:

This Tractor Cement Mixer Implement will make your building project a breeze!

BE-MX320G  3 Pt. Cement Mixer

  • Cat 1; 3PT hitch
  • 540 RPM PTO
  • 17″ loading mount
  • Parking support stand
  • Double acting cylinder with hoses

Additional safety information on this Cement Mixer:

  • The MX320G mixer requires a tractor with a Category I hitch and to be of sufficient size to handle a loaded mixer drum. Five cubic feet of concrete weighs 685 lbs. and the mixer weighs 215 lbs. for a total weight of 900 lbs. Always be sure your tractor is properly counterbalanced for a safe operation.

 

  • A smaller size tractor (20-25 HP) equipped with a front end weights or equipped with a front end loader can usually handle the mixer easily.

 

  • Note: Small low-profile tractors will generally not work with the MX320G mixers as they are so low they cannot dump the mixer into forms of any height.

 

  • The tractor must have one hydraulic power remote to power the dump cylinder.

 

  • The tractor must be equipped with a 540 RPM PTO (power-take-off) in good working condition.

 

  • It is recommended that only tractors with wide front axles be used with the mixer. Tricycle front wheel arrangements are inherently unstable and tractor roll-over accidents are more likely to occur.

 

  • The tractor also needs lift arm stabilizer bars or sway blocks to control side movement of the mixer.

 

  • Check tractors 3PT. hydraulic lift system. Refer to your tractor’ operator’s manual or dealer for any adjustments necessary to put the hydraulic system in good working order. (I&T shop manuals will list most specifications and adjustment instructions – available form most farm equipment dealers).

 

  • Be sure tires and rims are in good condition. Inflate tires to the proper recommended air pressure.

 

  • Check the master shield over the PTO stub shaft. Make sure it is in good condition and is fastened securely to the tractor. Purchase a new shield if old shield is damaged or missing. (You may have to use a tractor salvage yard for replacement parts on older tractors).

 

  • ROPS (Roll-Over Protection Structure) and a seat belt should be installed on all tractors.