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Oliver subsoiler

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Super 55

05-26-2014 10:44:04

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I saw the post below about the Oliver subsoiler. I have never seen one. Are they quite rare?

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J. W. Schwiebert-2

05-26-2014 18:13:53

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 Re: Oliver subsoiler in reply to Super 55, 05-26-2014 10:44:04  
You said Are they quite rare? That is a relative term. There were quite a few in Northwest Ohio in the old black swamp. They were used to break up the hardpan or plow sole as some called it. They were popular in the 1950 & 1960's. liver also later came out with sub soiler teeth that attached to a plow. Everybody that bought them took them off in about 2 years. Yes they worked good, they puller harder and most farmers did not like that.

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05-27-2014 12:04:11

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 Re: Oliver subsoiler in reply to J. W. Schwiebert-2, 05-26-2014 18:13:53  
Another example of Oliver being ahead of its time. The concept is used today. Every farmer around here has a deep ripper usually six shanks.
They usually go from 12 to 18 inches deep. My friend has a 3 point hitch model on a JD 8650 and 18 inches in clay it really pull hard.

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