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Re: Yeah, I went and done it now...

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Bill Rowles

03-11-2013 05:51:10

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Good job plowing for first time out. As others have said, the top hole in the third(feedback) link is to be used for light duty pulling with an attachment such as a cultivator, through soil that is already tilled and soft. You will damage the hydraulic system using it for plowing hard ground. If the system was working right, the plow should have been jumping out of the ground while plowing with the excess feedback (in the third hole) which should have caused over-reaction of the hydraulic system when you had the linkage hooked-up wrong....maybe your system needs to be repaired or adjusted to make the draft control work right while plowing with the link in the lowest hole (least sensitive feedback).

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03-12-2013 17:31:49

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 Re: Yeah, I went and done it now... in reply to Bill Rowles, 03-11-2013 05:51:10  
The plow would move up and down some. I think the 2 bottom was a might much for land that hadn't been plowed in 30 or so years. Lots of roots over on the far half and the ground was quite compacted from driving on it mowing etc. When I had it in the top hole for the 1 row cultivator, it would rock up and down if i just applied my weight to it. I am thinking from the info here that I can use the top hole with the cultivator and it would be okay to add a couple of cement blocks for a little more weight? Thanks for all the info btw.

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