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Re: Pulling a Buffalo cultivator with?

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Leroy

04-27-2013 06:12:21
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A 4 row wide would mean that it is a 4 row row crop cultivator set up for 40" wows and there is no way you would be able to put that type of cultivator shovels in between corn rows. A 24" shovel is to wide to fit between the rows so you must be thinking of a different machine.




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04-28-2013 11:56:45
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 Re: Pulling a Buffalo cultivator with? in reply to Leroy, 04-27-2013 06:12:21  
38-24=14, 36-22=14 so how does a 24" sweep fit between 38" rows or a 22 between 36 inch rows? That leaves 7" from the end of the sweep to the row. You need to get off the farm more.



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Leroy

04-29-2013 17:27:29
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 Re: Pulling a Buffalo cultivator with? in reply to dboll, 04-28-2013 11:56:45  
We always ran with multiple sweeps and one single would have never worked in our ground. 6", 8" and 10" the size we used. And on 40" rows the sweeps cut a 18" space between the rows and there was 22" over the row between sweeps and you get any closer than that 11" center of shank from the row you were tearing out the corn stalks. Actually that 22" was to center of sweep so was down to actually 8" from row That left 5: from the fender to the sweep and you get less than that you were having it plug between the fenders and the sweep. That was the way the cultivator was set when it came from the dealer in 1944 and that setting was used untill we went to 30" rows in the mid 90's.

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 Re: Pulling a Buffalo cultivator with? in reply to Leroy, 04-27-2013 06:12:21  
I know what a 4600 4rw Buffalo cultivator is. My dad had one and I had a black Hiniker when we ridge planted on wide rows and we ran 24 yes I said 24 inch sweeps on them. If you'd like to see them I still have a some I used on the Hiniker here



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