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Re: How to measure the width of a disk

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Indiana Ken

01-03-2013 09:29:46
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I think you meant to say, count the number of blades on both front gangs. However, I am still confused:

Two gangs at 9 blades each would have 18 blades but only 16 spaces; resulting in 112". Adding another 7" results in 119" or about 10 feet. This formula does not account for any space between the two gangs however that is probably a moot point. My confusion is more concerning the logic of the method.

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01-03-2013 10:17:55
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 Re: How to measure the width of a disk in reply to Indiana Ken, 01-03-2013 09:29:46  
This is from footnotes in the parts catalog for a JD 210 disk harrow

Last number for each is number of disk

(A) TOTAL QUANTITY FOR 3.5 M (11'4") SIZE IS 40.

(A) TOTAL QUQNTITY FOR 3.8 M (12'7") SIZE IS 44.

(A) TOTAL QUANTITY FOR 4.2 M (13'9") SIZE IS 48.

This is spacer between disk
AN183748 SPOOL, PLAIN-WELDED (7 1/4")



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