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oliver1850t

02-27-2013 18:49:21
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271 is a pretty light disk, you shouldnt have any problem




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davpal

02-27-2013 22:40:22
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to oliver1850t, 02-27-2013 18:49:21  

Light disk my @ss. I have one behind a 4-150 and you sure know it's back there. I think it will work the tail off a 2-135. I used to pull one a bit bigger with a 2-155 or a 4-180 and the 2-155 would do ok if you were disking shallow but bury it an it's another story. The 4-180 or 4-210 was a much better match. If you get that 2-135 on any wet spots whatsoever it will be game over right now. If you're just going to go out and play around on some light ground and disk 3 inches deep you will probably be ok. If you have any hills or wet gulleys or heavy soil forget it.

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rrlund

02-28-2013 08:02:55
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to davpal, 02-27-2013 22:40:22  
I think I recognize that tractor. I believe I know where you live now. I thought you were closer to the Ashley Silver Dome,but you're a little farther east than I thought.



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davpal

02-28-2013 21:54:05
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to rrlund, 02-28-2013 08:02:55  
Yes rrlund we're just a few miles more out in the sticks living the dream! Old family farm and dad and myself are the last of the mohicans so when we're done farming it will probably have to change over to somebody elses place. Been in our family since the early 1900's. My siblings don't have any interest in farming. When I was younger and would visit grandma out here I thought the highway was kind of cool but now it's just terrible with the semi's and the rumble strips. I wish we were a mile off the road. We do have a lot of really good neighbors living around here. Most have been here for their entire lifetimes. It's really a pretty good little community out here.

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rrlund

03-01-2013 06:49:16
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to davpal, 02-28-2013 21:54:05  
I know what you mean about the road. We aren't on a state highway,but it's the main county road between Sheridan and Greenville. When this house was built in the mid 1800s the road was no doubt just a dirt trail. The barn was on the other side of the road and the house sits so close to the road I could almost spit off the porch and hit the pavement. To top it off I'm right on top of a hill just before a curve at the bottom. The ones coming up the hill are really getting on it coming up and the ones going down are backing off,trucks are using the jake brakes. Motorcycles are the worst. They love to hit those curves as fast as they can and are getting on it going both ways. Hard to get much peace. Almost every dog we've ever had has eventually met its doom on that road.

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oliver1850t

02-28-2013 02:15:18
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to davpal, 02-27-2013 22:40:22  
I guess light is relative compared to what you are used to. I was comparing it to a new disk of the same size. Our 25 foot Krause can give our 8320 a work out, but with our 271 that we sold last year, you didnt even know it was back there.



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02-28-2013 22:00:56
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 Re: White 271 disk in reply to oliver1850t, 02-28-2013 02:15:18  
I was thinking those 271 disks weighed about 8000 lbs for that size. I know they can go to the axle in the hardest ground we have and I rarely see it not go in the ground as far as you want it to. I know the 2-135 is a pulling horse, I was just thinking when it might get to an occasional wet spot it could be trouble. I've had my 150 hung up with it and had to unhook from it.



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