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Best way to handle 3 products

Setting up to go 3 bins on the air seeder box, seed, MAP and urea, has any on seem a good setup in a tipper for 3 products? have a 30' steel tipper that we fit a divider to for seed and MAP know.

Any one use a chasser bin to cart to the seeder?

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Don't know where you are from or what options you are looking at, but Doepker makes a 3 compartment tri-axle semi trailer that might work for you...

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Sorry but what is map?
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Sorry but what is map?
MAP = Mono-Ammonium Phosphate = 11-52-0

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Sorry but what is map?
Mono-ammonium Phosphate, 11-52-0.

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Except ours is generally 11-22
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Except ours is generally 11-22
You are right mate.

Have you seen any one split a tipper in half end for end with a wall? Thinking MAP at the bottem, wheat and urea at the top side buy side.

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What about these guys from down Wagga in NSW.
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They do a three door setup for tippers.
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Similar to what jt has posted.
this harvest saw a few trailers with actuators on the doors.
If your handy with metal and a welder it shouldn't be to hard. Or any steel fab place would have a go.
Nothing wrong with chaser idea either. Should fill quicker
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my opinion means little but we went from 3 bin airseeder back to 2 and use blend if map/urea so much easier at seeding time
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