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Carry All

Postby Jackman » Sun Sep 04, 2022 8:33 am

What’s the going rate for a Cub Carry All? I’m shopping for a Carry All.

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Re: Carry All

Postby SamsFarm » Sun Sep 04, 2022 8:40 am

What are you seeing them for sale for?

I have not saw a complete one for sale in a while

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Re: Carry All

Postby Barnyard » Sun Sep 04, 2022 9:15 am

Jackman wrote:What’s the going rate for a Cub Carry All? I’m shopping for a Carry All.

I saw two at Red Power. One sold for just over $450.00 and another sold for $400.00. Both were in pretty good shape and one still had some of the decal remaining. I bought a rusted frame with no wood back in July and rebuilt it.

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Re: Carry All

Postby Jackman » Sun Sep 04, 2022 10:14 am

SamsFarm wrote:What are you seeing them for sale for?

I have not saw a complete one for sale in a while



I haven’t seen one but I think I want one.

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Re: Carry All

Postby tmays » Sun Sep 04, 2022 10:33 am

Jackman wrote:
SamsFarm wrote:What are you seeing them for sale for?

I have not saw a complete one for sale in a while



I haven’t seen one but I think I want one.


They come in handy. You’ll be glad to have one. I know in some areas they are rare. In my area I’ve only seen one for sale and I bought it several years ago. I’d place an ad here on the vine. Cub express can work wonders. Price depends on condition of course. I’d say 300-350 for one in good shape. If memory serves, I paid 300 for just the frame that needed restoration, but that included some other cub stuff
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Re: Carry All

Postby radioguy41 » Sun Sep 04, 2022 6:11 pm

or you can adapt a Cat 0 3pt and hang one of these on the back.

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You can even take the wife along! :D
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and add a tow strap to it.
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Re: Carry All

Postby tmays » Sun Sep 04, 2022 7:45 pm

Most of us are assuming you are looking for the fast hitch version. Would be good to know if this is the case
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Re: Carry All

Postby SamsFarm » Sun Sep 04, 2022 9:39 pm

Seems as the only time I saw a fast hitch carrier (within a hours or two drive for me) for sale was in the summer of 2020.

Funny because in the spring that year, I was looking at the pictures of them and the dimensions someone posted up.

The first one listed (and the one I bought) was listed at $275, think I gave $230 for it, but the stake pockets are a bit beat up.
It was soon after that another popped up on CL (not far from where I had to drive to get mine), think it was listed for $300.

I woulda liked to have went after it too, but I did not!

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Re: Carry All

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 05, 2022 8:37 pm

What are y'all that actually use one and not just take it to tractor shows useing it for? Since putting things on a Cub is not the easiest and quickest thing in the world I Can't imagine thinking let me put a carry all on my cub and take the tractor around to move things around. I would think there would be way more effecient and way methods to transport wood, tools or whatever. Things i would use before a carryall would be my truck, my SUV with a hitch haul, golf cart with the rear seat flipped down, ATV with the small like 18cuft or whatever size it is lawn trailer or ATV pulling the 4x8 trailer.

All that said, I too think it would be cool to use one, I just can't imagine actually useing one, especially with the low lift capacity of the Cub .

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Re: Carry All

Postby radioguy41 » Mon Sep 05, 2022 8:56 pm

I've carried everything from bags of mulch to porch furniture. You can't get much quicker on & off than the cargo carrier I pictured above. Slides in and out of a standard 2" hitch on the Cat 0. One pin is all it takes.
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Re: Carry All

Postby tmays » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:03 pm

Well with the fast hitch version, installation is easy. I use it for a lot of stuff. Comes in handy moving my gravely stuff around. The carryall really shines there because a lot of that stuff is more than I want to lift and the carryall can be lowered to the ground and I can roll or slide stuff on board. I’ve even hauled whole gravelys. That maxes hydraulics, enough so that I assist the lift by reaching back and pulling up to get it started. Comes up easily once you get it started. Love the carryall
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Re: Carry All

Postby Don McCombs » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:29 pm

I 've only ever used a Fast Hitch version. Straw bales, concrete block, other implements, etc. Can't get much easier than backing up to it, making sure it is latched and go. Haven't used it nearly as much since I got my Gator, though. However, the cost of the carrier is about 1/30th the cost of a Gator.
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Re: Carry All

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:51 pm

radioguy41 wrote:I've carried everything from bags of mulch to porch furniture. You can't get much quicker on & off than the cargo carrier I pictured above. Slides in and out of a standard 2" hitch on the Cat 0. One pin is all it takes.

Yes your correct, your version is easy to put on if you have it setup as you do. I have one of those but the older simple version I use on the SUVs. But I guess I meant I have other things like cultivator mounted or the belly disk that would have to come off for the draw bar. If I wanted a carry all I would use one of my four wheelers and a trailer, or a truck or a SUV with carry all or just jump on the golf cart.

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Re: Carry All

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:53 pm

tmays wrote:Well with the fast hitch version, installation is easy. I use it for a lot of stuff. Comes in handy moving my gravely stuff around. The carryall really shines there because a lot of that stuff is more than I want to lift and the carryall can be lowered to the ground and I can roll or slide stuff on board. I’ve even hauled whole gravelys. That maxes hydraulics, enough so that I assist the lift by reaching back and pulling up to get it started. Comes up easily once you get it started. Love the carryall


Yes if you have a fast hitch that's a whole different story.

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Re: Carry All

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 05, 2022 9:56 pm

Don McCombs wrote:I 've only ever used a Fast Hitch version. Straw bales, concrete block, other implements, etc. Can't get much easier than backing up to it, making sure it is latched and go. Haven't used it nearly as much since I got my Gator, though. However, the cost of the carrier is about 1/30th the cost of a Gator.

You are right. I wasn't saying I would buy a gator or a ranger instead of useing a carry all. I'm just assuming a person has a way to move things other than a carry all. All the things I mentioned bin my post I could use and have available to me to use. I guess if I drove a car and had nothing but a tractor and maybe a lawnmower I too would use a carry all.


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