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    Anything new on the market for a 1025r in the means of a 3pt slice seeder?

    I did a search through the archives and found a couple of older posts of people using a Woods STR48, but the weight is right on the border. Does anyone know if something new has come out more recently that our 1025r could handles a little better? I have 2.8 acres so a walk behind is not want I really want to be using.
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    The 4' Kasco Versa-Drill would work but it's probably more expensive than the Woods unit. I think it's pretty close to the Woods in weight too.
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    Ouch, I will walk for $7400.... Not cheap, and really it seems to be a food plot versus grass seed. 700# is not a bad weight when you look at the size of it.
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    Frontier fp2204?

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    There is a 5 ft Brillion seeder for sale in Warrenton, VA, which is possibly driveable for you. But I don't know the weight. The newer models list the 4 ft as 800 lbs and the 5 ft as 1000 lbs.

    https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...027699572.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by pilot-five View Post
    There is a 5 ft Brillion seeder for sale in Warrenton, VA, which is possibly driveable for you. But I don't know the weight. The newer models list the 4 ft as 800 lbs and the 5 ft as 1000 lbs.

    https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...027699572.html
    If that is in good shape (appears to be in photos) it's a good price compared to what I see for sale in my local area. Very useful implement!
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