Posted by maxwell99 on September 10, 2012 at 17:18:51 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: JD 472 disk plow posted by Dodgeit on September 10, 2012 at 11:31:07:
did you take the old disc plow out and use it before you started painting.
from my experience with my old disc plow the back roller wheel must have a good blade. This blade is what makes the disc plow work. my experience has been if the rear wheel disc is not in good repair the disc plow will not track and pull to the side all the time.
take a look at this picture i found of a jd disc plow and check out the blade on the rear wheel.
I really enjoy plowing with an old disc plow, they back up from nothing, if the tractor can roll over it and push it down, the disc plow will try to up root it and flip it over. They do leave the ground a bit rough, but will plow where flat bottoms fear to tread.
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