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Re: Lift Discs

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Dean

09-22-2013 05:52:30
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Three point discs are more maneuverable than pull type discs but are usually lighter and, therefore, less agressive.

A decent and properly ballasted 8xx series Ford with good tires will handle a 8-9' lift dsic in just about any conditions and a 10' one in many conditions if it is not too heavy. You will likely need front as well as rear ballast.

Dean




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a bane

09-22-2013 06:05:43
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to Dean, 09-22-2013 05:52:30  
Thanks Dean--A farm dealer downtown has 2 sets of Ford Discs1 OFFSET JOHN DEERE, 1 Bush hog brand, and a King Kutter ,1 International and there will be a sale next Saturday that has a Massie Ferguson. Just wonder which woukd be the best. The Bush Hog is the heaviest--don't know?



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Leroy

09-22-2013 07:04:31
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to a bane, 09-22-2013 06:05:43  
Most mentioned will not be adjustable gang angle and stay away from those.



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Ultradog MN

09-22-2013 08:30:24
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to Leroy, 09-22-2013 07:04:31  

I have a 3 pt disc that is adjustable.
But in 11 years I have not moved it.



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Leroy

09-22-2013 12:46:07
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-22-2013 08:30:24  
Mine were not 3 point but they would get the angle changed every time I went over the ground, you are wasting fuel if you don't adjust to conditions. And if you adjust to the conditions you will have a better job. Have had 2 non adjustables and they pull harded than needed most times.



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Leroy

09-22-2013 07:03:03
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to a bane, 09-22-2013 06:05:43  
The Massey if it is of the orignal Ferguson design is the best mounted disk of all times.



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a bane

09-22-2013 11:33:18
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 Re: Lift Discs in reply to Leroy, 09-22-2013 07:03:03  
The dealer say's that the MF is the best ones out there.



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