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Re: Plowing with the Oliver 6241, a video
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Actually, When I made the video, the plow worked just a tad better going the other way. I made a few adjustments after I made the video and now both sides do the same as far as I can tell. As far as the trash, I did plug up a couple of times. Coulters would probably help and I think I will add them if I can ever find some. And I needed trash boards. I didn't completely cover the trash all the time.
And I need about twice the ground to get the bottoms completely shined up. Almost got there but not quite. I had to scrape less on each pass but like I said, ran out of ground before they were all bright and shiny.
I looked at several JD 825's before I bought this Oliver. I couldn't see how I was going to be able to set the plow up for my wheel spacing so I passed on them.
Antlers! I bet that does look cool. Chrome antlers. LOL
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