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Re: Food Plot Drag Disk Question?

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01-23-2013 15:44:46

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1. You can't use one single 4 foot piece with a single slant. Will not work.

You can have 2 gangs side by side, or you can have one gang behind the other, but you always need 2 gangs opposing each other or the disk will just roll off to one side and not do much.

2. Welding a perminent angle in a disk is not the best idea, sometimes need shallow or full cut. instead drill 4 holes and make adjustable with a bolt.


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Nebraska Cowman

01-24-2013 13:51:26

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 Re: Food Plot Drag Disk Question? in reply to paul, 01-23-2013 15:44:46  
I'm not sure how you hold it but they used single disc plows called "one-ways" in wheatland country for years. An easy option might be to mount it 3 point.

This post was edited by Nebraska Cowman at 13:57:06 01/24/13.

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Tx Jim

01-25-2013 03:30:26

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 Re: Food Plot Drag Disk Question? in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 01-24-2013 13:51:26  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

T rear wheel running in the furrow helps hold the disk tillers plus one has to have the front disks set a tiny bit higher than the rear disks.

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