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Re: 706 gas....what size implements?

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11-05-2012 15:53:58

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what? you need 200h.p.for 10 ft of chisel plow! holy smokes a 560 has no problem with 10 ft of chisel plow!

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11-05-2012 17:28:54

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 Re: 706 gas....what size implements? in reply to rustred, 11-05-2012 15:53:58  
Have not seen a chisel plow around here in years. They are all coulter chisels. I pull a 11 shank which is 14 foot wide with 4 inch wide twisted points with a 875 Versatile. 300 HP and it needs everyone of em. Had a plain 3 point chisel about 10 foot wide in the 1970's, was all the 1066 wanted set at 170 HP. Never seen a 560 on a chisel plow. Our 560 had all it wanted on a 4 bottom plow in the 1960's.

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11-05-2012 18:44:30

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 Re: 706 gas....what size implements? in reply to Mark-Mi, 11-05-2012 17:28:54  
must be some hard ground. by chisel plow i am talking deep tillage cultivator with those twisted spikes. we pulled 10 ft. for many yrs. with our 560. must be totally diff. ground.maybe your working

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11-06-2012 11:23:12

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 Re: 706 gas....what size implements? in reply to rustred, 11-05-2012 18:44:30  
Yes, It sure can be in our area. But, Mark, I bought a 10 shank Chisel with the 2" points on it, and have been pulling it with the old 806. I did 2 small fields. Needs duals, though. I can run it almost as deep as it'll go, but it will stop it dead in its tracks (lack of traction) if I bury it. -Andy

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