Posted by Leroy on January 21, 2013 at 06:38:19 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Chisel Plows posted by Gearhead210 on January 21, 2013 at 05:03:47:
The disk chisel will usually have more ground clearanse than a mounted, longer ahanks and they will be set 15" apart instead of the 12" on mounted units so the extra clearance on the disk chisel is required as you need to go a couple of inches deeper with them due to the wider spacing making them pull harder. I would guess that a disk chisel of half the width of the mounted would take about the same horsepower. Had a mounted for a few years when I was renting a farm that was consitered highly eroadable and only used it on that one farm and I hated it. When no longer had that farm the chisel went by by, do not like the work any of them will do. Remaing farm is now rented but if still farming it would be a moldboard over any chisel except in soybean stubble in fall for spring oats sowing.
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