Just Delivered: The Largest Tractor Pull Type Combination Box Built

November 8, 2012

Redwood Metal Works recently built this 5′ high X 7’6″ wide X 30′ long CB1200 for Greenberg Farms in Stratford, WI.  This is the largest Tractor Pull Type Combination Box Redwood Metal Works has ever built. It is equipped with hydraulic steering and brakes on 2 axles as well as a Guillotine Tailgate and Direct Drive Vertical Beaters.  All spreader components are completely removable allowing the operator to use this for multiple uses.  This unit was sold through Waldo Implement our Artex dealer in Waldo, Wisconsin.  Thank you to Waldo Implement and Greenberg Farms for their recent purchase.  Regional Sales Representative Shawn Guetter

Redwood Metal Works and Artex, fabricators of both aluminum and steel trailers, offer a variety of sizes of the Combination Box Silage and Spreaders.  The CB series ranges from 20’ to 30’ with capacities from 540 to 1,125 cubic feet. Here is a list of the standard features for these pull type spreaders and haulers:

  • 3/8? thick tube construction
  • Inset and angled Vertical Beater
  • Undercarriage comes standard with hydraulic brakes
  • Undercarriage equipped with self-steer technology
  • Remote grease banks
  • Removable rear chain doors
  • 180 degree swivel arm for hydraulic lines
  • Inset guillotine gate with lift up door
  • Choice of floor chain: 88C or WR78
  • 7 tooth rear chain drive sprocket
  • Swivel hitch
  • Plastic floor

Two key upgrades to this CB1200 is the 250 horsepower and the triple self-steering axles.
We are equipment innovators with strong roots in agriculture and we build our equipment with heavy construction so that you get years of trouble-free use!

Have a unique need?  We would like to work with you, please contact us to discuss what your individual needs are.

Redwood Metal Works
36419 US Highway 71
PO Box 88
Redwood Falls, MN 56283

Fax: 507-644-7000

Sales: 507-430-5387 Canada, United States (North Dakota to Texas and west)
507-430-5591 United States (Minnesota to Louisiana and East)