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Re: 6' offset disc

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05-22-2013 17:54:02

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Offset disks are heavy and pull harder. A typical regular disk it probably would pull.

You say offset, but you list fairly small blade size, so that is kinda in a questionable spot there....


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05-22-2013 18:03:18

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 Re: 6' offset disc in reply to Paul, 05-22-2013 17:54:02  
26's become 16's when you run them over enough rock... I dread the though but I'm going to have to re-blade the front of my offset next year. That's a 9' Taylor-Pittsburgh and I don't imagine it will be cheap.
I've seen some poor little 6' Bush-Hog offset's that look exactly as the OP described tho...


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05-22-2013 18:42:08

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 Re: 6' offset disc in reply to RodInNS, 05-22-2013 18:03:18  
LOL, I think that is what happened to this one, the farmers that used it "back in the day" were not exactly careful types. (three or four well chipped blades)I didn't exactly measure it or anything, that was my eyeball measurement of the blades tho' I do have a couple decades of carpenter experience so I know I am pretty close on the size they are now...they
could actually be twentyish . :)

Was afraid tractor wouldn't have enough umph, now I know for sure. Thanks to all for the input.

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