Post by jimbobobaroo on Sept 14, 2020 6:56:29 GMT -6
Looking for feedback on the 3 carts. I have currently Elmers 2000 w/ tracks, considering going to larger 2330 J&M or 2596 Brent or 2300 Elmers for next season. I've had very little trouble, but my current 2000 doesn't quite hold a full load of barley or canola when hauling to feedlot or elevator and would like the extra wiggle room.
Does the forward angled J&M have an advantage for driver? Or maybe RHS unload on Elmers?
Track systems are similar, but Brent uses greasers others Oil Bath bearings.
Maintenance on each?
Anyone with experience and has Pros and Cons feel free to share. Information collection stage at this point.
Otherwise I can't really comment on the newer Brent carts, last one I had was a 1594 on wheels. I've lots of experience with Elmer's and they have been good. Neighbors who have been around my cart lots did demo a J&M last fall and I would have to ask them about the front corner auger, but I specifically remember them saying that part of the cart that slopes toward the combine didn't clean off very good and they didn't care for that. They ended up buying a Elmer's 2000.
Grain farm. Peas, Wheat, Oats, Canola, Soybeans and Corn.