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02-24-2014 19:41:22

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Was wondering if anyone can tell me what they pull as far as a disc, chisel plow, and planter with an oliver 1850?

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03-07-2014 07:01:57

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to LuckyMut, 02-24-2014 19:41:22  
I run a 16ft white 252 disc whithout duals and an 18 ft once (with duals) and an 18ft ih field cultivator a 4-16 plow but i have pulled 5-16 5-14 4-18 plows but i think its most efficient with 4-16. I think 7 shank chisel will be ok but i usually pay some one to chisel. I just think you need a bit more hp to get down and really break up the hard pan. you can pull a 4-6-8 row planter with it. i pull a john deere 7000 6 row narrow and a john deere 6-5 splitter planter for beans. I have a neighbor who pulls a white 6100 8 row notill with a 1755. if you don't have a planter yet i recomend at least a 7000 deere I never had luck with the old plate planters. i hear the IH 400 was a poor planter but the 800 and 900 series most folks like along with the white 5100 and up. my advice if you do not have a planter yet is to hire someone to plant and save up till you can get a good planter.

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02-25-2014 07:24:56

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to LuckyMut, 02-24-2014 19:41:22  
I pulled a 4-18 moldboard plow with mine in good shape. I pull a 9 shank chisel with my 2-135 White,but with the 1850,to get down where it would do some good,I wouldn't want more than 7.

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Josh in Pa

02-26-2014 05:21:42

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to rrlund, 02-25-2014 07:24:56  
I agree, 7 shank chisel will make it work around here. Josh

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vernon in ks

02-25-2014 06:25:51

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to LuckyMut, 02-24-2014 19:41:22  
I don't have an 1850 any more but the tractor when new had 92 certified HP most had a little more. You will be happiest with a 12-14 ft tandem disc, a 9 shank chisel and a 6 row planter. Of course soil differences make a lot of difference in what you can pull, but those sizes the tractor should handle in most soils.

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02-26-2014 09:15:01

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to vernon in ks, 02-25-2014 06:25:51  
Thanks, this gives me a good starting point appreciate the info.

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