The tire will leave markes on the previous pass. If you sock the plow in 10-12" you may be able to cover the track. Not really a good setup for infurrow plowing. An onland 3pt, 6 plus bottom would be much better suited. Loren
Re: Plowing question for you guys, hope someone knows in reply to G1355, 02-26-2013 19:59:52
I didn't say it wouldn't work. Your tires are plenty fat for a furrow. You have ample power to burry the plow and throw a lot of dirt to cover the tire imprint in the plowed ground. Hook her up and go plow, and see what happens. If you like the results thums up! If you don't move on to an on land plow. Loren
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