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Missed it by that much!

Modern carts with stoneage scale readout systems.
Mind you, stoneage happens quickly these days.
Why not these Bluetooth pad/smart phone systems?
 

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Modern carts with stoneage scale readout systems.
Mind you, stoneage happens quickly these days.
Why not these Bluetooth pad/smart phone systems?
We bought a new 1322XR this year. Bought it with load cells and no monitor, and added the agrimatics libra after.

The true crime is that the archaic display that came with the cart retails for $1,700! The agrimatics was $2,100 with no display/iPad. Pretty easy decision for $400!
 

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Brandt GrainCarts are available with Digistar’s ISOBUS compatible GT 465 monitor that connects directly to your in cab monitor. Learn More: https://digi-star.com/products/details/93/GT_465

Available soon, the WiFi adapter along with the Grain Tracker App will also allow you to link your Digistar monitor to any Android or Apple phone or tablet. Learn More: https://digi-star.com/products/details/111/External_Radio_Modem_ERM_WiFi

Brandt does not carry Agrimatics products, however our scales will work with an aftermarket Agrimatics system.
 

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With three new models of GrainCarts, Brandt now has a cart to suit any size of farm.

The new GrainCarts deliver the same superior grain handling performance you’ve come to expect from Brandt. Learn more about our exciting new lineup at Brandt | Triple Play

http://www.brandt.ca/SiteCollectionDocuments/1020XR/Brandt-GrainCart-Brochure.pdf
I bought a new 1322XR for the 2015 harvest. Overall, a great cart! The reach of the auger and visibility are excellent.

The only problem I had was with the ladder to get into the cart. It has a nice way of latching and getting out of the way, however..... when you look at the ladder in the stowed position, it is the lowest part of the cart by about 4" to 6". So about on the 5th day of use, the cart got stuck in the mud.... ladder was the first thing to touch the ground...... was twisted into a pretzel.... and is now in the junk pile! In hindsight, it would be very easy to shorten the ladder a bit and make a small bracket on the frame for the ladder to fit into so it isnt twisted up when the cart is stuck! Hopefully something you can integrate into future models.

Another suggestion would be to make the tie down hooks on the rear of the cart hooks large enough to accommodate a large clevis or pin to hook a tow strap to. I know they aren't intended for pulling, but like it or not, the tow strap is attached somewhere on the back and the cart pulls out combines on an almost daily basis!
 
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