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9 Disk--?BO-20

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miner09

06-21-2014 18:06:54
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This is at Esbenshade. Can't tell what first number is. Serial 1876. Anyone ever seen one? I'm sure it was for TO-20. One disk is missing. Very unusual 3 point hook up. Never seen this.

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Steve Bieberich

06-22-2014 16:00:54
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to miner09, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
I also have one of these tillers. They are very unique implements but not really good for deep tillage. Work great in shallow tillage light weed killing. Work best with the anti-side draft kit. To see pictures of my unit go to the implement photo section on this website and type in Steve Bieberich and look through the pictures of my implements until you find this disc tiller and the side draft kit photos. I can't post the photo here from my iPad. Looking forward to FENA Expo

Steve Bieberich

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jon corbett

06-22-2014 15:20:25
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to miner09, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
i'd love to try that behind my te-in my sand!



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scott morrow

06-22-2014 07:04:48
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to miner09, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
I have one of these from what I have been told it was designed for the wheat stubble,only has to be pulled 2 to 3 inches in the ground at a very high speed. The stubble is left standing in clumps to hold the snow. The one in the pic is missing the tail wheel just like the disc plow it is very important to keep it and the tractor running straight. It also only has part of the deluxe hitch



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Tony in Mass.

06-22-2014 06:44:56
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to miner09, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
As I was thinking about this whilst brushing my teeth, which is when I do my best thinkin' ....
I was always told you need 12 to 15 horsepower per bottom of a normal plow in normal soil... so? Would an MF 90 handle this thing? When did someone come out with a 120 horse tractor?
I know my 65 wouldn't like it in our dirt, New Mexico sand or shallow tilling yeah... you guys notice the booklet said 'tiller' not plow?

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Jason S.

06-21-2014 19:19:50
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to Ed H.-OH, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
I don't think anything below a TO-35 could pull it. I'm not sure it was even available before the TO-35. From my research it was available around 1955.



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Tony in Mass.

06-21-2014 19:58:46
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to Jason S., 06-21-2014 19:19:50  
Yeaaahhhh, but I'll tell you guys... from the noise this little monster makes...this now running again since 7;30 tonight... this little TEA20 will sink his teeth into that 9 disc pizza cutter... or is it 'her teeth'????
Pictures and maybe a video to come....



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miner09

06-21-2014 19:27:46
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to Jason S., 06-21-2014 19:19:50  
TO-20 couldn't pick-up it up. LOL-- Don't know if 35 could handle one this big. Maybe a few inches deep.



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Jason S.

06-21-2014 19:03:51
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to Dan S (NY), 06-21-2014 18:06:54  
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Tony in Mass.

06-21-2014 18:52:28
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 Re: 9 Disk--?BO-20 in reply to miner09, 06-21-2014 18:06:54  

Were you pointing at a snake when I took this picture? You didn't tell me about no snake...

Is that this one we were looking at in the weeds? Or he got more that one of em????

My TEA20 will pull that no sweat..... Just remember to wear your earplugs....



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