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    Subsoiler stand?

    does anybody know of a sub soiler stand and where I can get one to keep my sub soiler standing up when i take it off the 3 point

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    I moved your thread to the correct forum and changed the title so you get more views.
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    I'm not sure which subsoiler you have but if you do a Google search for "subsoiler parking stand" you will see a few examples. Most of these are a bit tipsy and I wouldn't trust them if you had any kids around.

    I have a JD PS10-series subsoiler which is quick hitch compatible. I was originally going to come up with a stand but seeing how unstable they are I decided against it. I keep it laying on its side next to my rear blade. When it's time to hook it up I simply stand it up with the backbone against my blade and it stays there so I can grab it with the quick hitch.
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    Hi,

    There are a few ways to accomplish want you want to do:

    1. Engage the subsoiler in your "parking" area where you keep the other implements and sink it into the ground about 8-10 inches and then unhook it. This is what we do on our ranch for large and small rippers.

    2. Get a 1" pipe (about 2 - 3 inch pipe nipple) and weld it to the subsoiler frame (one on each side for more stability). Then slip 3/4" pipe inside and clamp it to retain (or drill holes for a slip pin). You can weld another piece of pipe perpendicular to the vertical pipe for more stability on the ground.

    Yes, as others said, tell kids to stay away-- it isn't a toy to ride. (just like a rotary harrow isn't a toy to ride)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I moved your thread to the correct forum and changed the title so you get more views.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    I have a JD PS10-series subsoiler which is quick hitch compatible.
    When it's time to hook it up I simply stand it up with the backbone against my blade and it stays there so I can grab it with the quick hitch.
    only problem for me is I'm disabled and getting on the tractor is tough enough
    I also have the same subsoiler and JD quick hitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ateasegardens View Post
    only problem for me is I'm disabled and getting on the tractor is tough enough
    I also have the same subsoiler and JD quick hitch
    That's a tough one. The subsoiler isn't as bad as a post hole digger but it is a somewhat unwieldy implement to mount/unmount. What tractor are you using? Some tractors can barely get the subsoiler off the ground which could make a parking stand tricky.

    Do you have access to welder to fabricate something or were you looking for something ready-made and commercially available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    That's a tough one. The subsoiler isn't as bad as a post hole digger but it is a somewhat unwieldy implement to mount/unmount. What tractor are you using? Some tractors can barely get the subsoiler off the ground which could make a parking stand tricky.

    Do you have access to welder to fabricate something or were you looking for something ready-made and commercially available?
    I have a 1025r
    no more welding equipment looking for someone that could build it or has one ready made

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    Quote Originally Posted by ateasegardens View Post
    I have a 1025r
    no more welding equipment looking for someone that could build it or has one ready made
    Do you have someone who can help you attach it? When I first got mine I just had someone hold it upright until I backed up to it and grabbed it with the quick hitch. When detaching we just layed it over. It was only later that I discovered I could lean it against the back blade.
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    It strikes me that a rectangular frame made from PT wood with one of the top cross pieces omitted would work just fine and be easy as hell to fabricate.

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