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s19438

04-29-2013 13:40:51
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is this too much for my to-35 and is the price too much for my wallet ?
thanks.




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Terry G

04-30-2013 08:00:57
69.29.135.251



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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
Also noticed that the lift arm attachment points have been widened for some reason.



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Terry G

04-30-2013 06:45:21
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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  

Check the wooden bearings and spools. They were completely worn out on mine. I couldn"t find replacement parts so I built new spools out of pipe and added a 1/2in thick thrust plate at the end of each one. I had a local woodworker turn some new bearings out of black locust wood. I also shortened the axles and removed the outside disc from each gang and made a 6 foot disc out of it. Been using it for about 20 years that way with no problem although it doesn"t get many hours of use each year.

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Jason S.

04-30-2013 09:00:57
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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to Terry G, 04-30-2013 06:45:21  
Models built after serial number 22157 used a chilled iron bearing.



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Jason S.

04-30-2013 06:13:21
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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
If I remember right they made those discs with 16" and 18" discs and the 18" is the more desirable one. It will pull as easy as the one with 16" discs but it cuts better.



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Brendon Warren

04-29-2013 18:47:11
70.215.12.192



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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
My cousin just sold a set just like them for $700 His still had paint and the original pigeon sh*t on them though



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Tony in Mass.

04-29-2013 18:13:59
76.127.225.182



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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
Yes the tractor will pull these just right, she will bark a little in wet ground, but the two were designed for each other...
Value wise??? Depends where you are. Ask a few locals in the know what they think, to me, around here, 6 is max. What makes life confusing is the cookie cutter stuff TSC sells for big bucks, and people pay it..



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jon corbett

04-29-2013 17:08:25
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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
i'm useing a 7ft dearborn disc behind my te20,pulls great.$600 average price.check the bearings and offer 500.



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maxwell99

04-29-2013 15:54:43
208.65.81.245



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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  

you should be ok with it, as its a med weight disc,
once I bought a 6ft tufline disc for my TO-35, I could pull it fine, but at the ends, it was so heavy the frontend would just dance.

so I bought a med weight disc.

I would think price is a bit high, but if the bearings are good you may ok.

it may have wood bearings. The old ferguson disc we had, used wood bearings.

I got this 6 1/2ft Atlas 300 disc for $500 used, but almost new.

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Jason S.

04-29-2013 15:02:23
174.237.39.21



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 Re: ferguson disc in reply to s19438, 04-29-2013 13:40:51  
It"s perfect for your 35 and you probably will not find a better 3pt disc ever made. I wish I had one myself.



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