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    Carts or Wagons to Pull Behind Tractor

    Can I get advice, opinions, experiences with carts or wagons to be pulled behind my 1025R John Deere, to contain bulk materials, firewood, cut limbs, dirt, etc? Seems like the right one would be very handy. What brands should be considered? Size? I know John Deere and other manufacturers make their own, have seen on here someone had one purchased at Tractor Supply, etc.

    Any advice appreciated.

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    I recommend a 6 foot or longer bed.
    If all you are doing is pulling in open spaces, it does not really matter if you get a trailer or wagon. If you have to do a lot of backing or working in tight spaces, a trailer works a lot better. A wagon has a larger turning radius than a trailer & is more difficult to back than a trailer.


    I also like the Country MFG. trailers that Kenny linked to.
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    I have a 5' x 10' trailer that is also licensed for a vehicle so it can be used on/off road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisR View Post
    I recommend a 6 foot or longer bed.
    If all you are doing is pulling in open spaces, it does not really matter if you get a trailer or wagon. If you have to do a lot of backing or working in tight spaces, a trailer works a lot better. A wagon has a larger turning radius than a trailer & is more difficult to back than a trailer.


    I also like the Country MFG. trailers that Kenny linked to.
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    I am totally in the wrong spot I realize, but Having brain fart) how do you start a new thread? More specifically, how do I find the link to the John Deere $50 giveaway. I was going to start a thread to ask everyone. It ends tomorrow!

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