Topic: Re: FORD Disc
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White made some of Ford's disks, the 240 for sure, but I'm not sure about other models.
The 241 shows up in my '82 Ford Tractor and Equipment sales literature, but I can't give you specific start/end dates. Looking up some parts for it on New Holland's web site might give you that date range.
The 241 looks to be a replacement for the 230 (which replaced the 224, which I have) as a heavy-duty, medium sized disk. The 241 was available in 10'4" to 21' sizes and ranged from 4461 to 5351 pounds.
H.P. required will depend partly on your soil, but I'd think 100-125 h.p. should handle it. I pull my 224 (15') with an 85 h.p. tractor, usually with duals, but it can pull it without them, too.
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