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has any one tryed this

Discussion in 'Scrapers' started by rdr, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. rdr

    rdr Well-Known Member

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    we have some 627g that are push pull thinking about adding pull hooks to some 621f ???? to strip top soil in dry times of the year has any one seen this done ?
     
  2. StanRUS

    StanRUS Senior Member

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    Locals add pull hooks to 651s to tag up 57s. No reason smaller 27s couldn't be converted
     
  3. d9gdon

    d9gdon Senior Member

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    The tractors are the same on the 621 and 627 models so I don't think there'll be any problems.
     
  4. rdr

    rdr Well-Known Member

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    did it slow down the job ???? we can push load the 621 with d8r but thought this would be as fast with less help ???
     
  5. alan627b

    alan627b Senior Member

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    You can actually order the 621G and newer models as push pull units now. Cat dealer may be of help.
    Hope that helps, Alan627B