Thats the thing about disc plows, they don't care if the soil is damp or hard as a rock they will plow it. If the disc on the furrow wheel is worn down it will tend to come out of the furrow. The furrow wheel is the key to getting a disc plow to work properly.It may be the spring is weak, but I can't say for sure. I have never used a Dearborn disc plow, all I have used is the Ferguson disc plow that I have and even though the operation is the same they are quite differently built plows.
Re: Dearborn 10-80 instructions for use/tips in reply to Jason S., 04-09-2013 09:06:33
I said something about draft control which is what you want for plowing but the draft control must be adjusted and working properly. Not saying yours isn't but if it wasn't it would make plowing with one much more difficult.
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