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would this work as a....

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s19438

04-21-2014 11:17:14
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dirt disk?? for small food plot?
thanks.




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Tony in Mass.

04-22-2014 06:43:20
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 Re: would this work as a.... in reply to 2tractors, 04-21-2014 11:17:14  
Nahhhhh. It will be like trying to use 8 coulters at once. And I bet they are too thin to act as a harrow, you'd ruin it in a couple hours.
Now, if you day dream about turning an ex wife into pizza toppings, this should work just fine without many rocks in the weight boxes....

It was too far from me, never mind you, but after a year on craigslist, someone near Worcester Mass just finally sold a 6 foot H Ferguson disc harrow for 400 bucks. Maybe less? I already got a set... or I would have jumped on them. Keep looking.. they're out there!

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ShadetreeRet

04-21-2014 22:02:54
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 Re: would this work as a.... in reply to s19438, 04-21-2014 11:17:14  
Man, you fill those trays with weight and you'll need a stout lift to pick it up! First one of those I have ever seen. It would sure cut up some straw or anything else, but as already stated, no curve on the disc, no angle on frame. Nope, just find yourself a good used disc.



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miner09

04-21-2014 17:08:33
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 Re: would this work as a.... in reply to s19438, 04-21-2014 11:17:14  
Not a plow. It's to cut straw into the dirt after planting for erosion until the seed comes up.



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samn40

04-21-2014 15:13:30
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 Re: would this work as a.... in reply to s19438, 04-21-2014 11:17:14  
It would work as a straw chopper of sorts, but it would not do a job of discing unless you found a way of putting an angle or 'set' on the discs. Maybe put one lower link pin in the original hole and set the other about 6 inches forwards??????......My tuppence worth?....Sam
(oops, sorry! 2 cents worth!!!!)..........Sam
This post was edited by samn40 at 15:14:16 04/21/14.

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