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Harvey 2

01-25-2013 14:40:21
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I guess if you are plowing in the sand hills of Nebrasks and don't hit any yellow clay,it probably would pull them if you didn't go too deep




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Lazy WP

01-25-2013 18:23:48
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 Re: plowing with DC in reply to Harvey 2, 01-25-2013 14:40:21  
You guys keep talking about how easy things pull in our sand. A disc will pull easier in hard ground then in the sand. At least in hard ground you can carry part of the weight on the wheels instead of dragging the whole darn thing.
I know I bought a 7020 Allis in Kansas, and they said they had been pulling a 24 foot disc with it. I got it home, and couldn't pull an 18 footer.
Just food for thought.

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jon f mn

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 Re: plowing with DC in reply to Lazy WP, 01-25-2013 18:23:48  
You are right about that. Just south of us near Cambridge Mn. there is some really sandy ground, they will pull 6-18's plows with 1066 Ih's and only a 18' disc. Around where grew up our 970 pulled 5-16's easy and my brother pulled 5-18's with his good, but a 16' disc was a full load.



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