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Re: WD45 pulling a 10' transport disc??

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Ted Buisker

08-08-1998 06:53:07




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: Hello All!
: Is it possible for this tractor to do it with : a disk w/conventional drawbar hitch?
: (My understanding is that the WD45 has 37 drawbar HP.)
: If so, what is the highest gear one can go??
: Would like to also drag a single-set of 10ft harrow
: behind it. Reason asking is I saw a nice looking JD
: disk that would replace my beat up 7ft IH disk.
: The old timers around here say no way-any input??
: Thanks

Your 45 should play with that disc! Provided it is weighted for field work, with fluid filled tires. I pull a 12ft Krause with 18" blades and two 7' sections of spike tooth harrow with my 45D in third gear, no problem. I do use duals in plowed ground. My question is , Why would you want to degrade your Allis by hooking it to anything painted green!!! Have a g'day. TED

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Dave Kolbenschlag

08-10-1998 17:17:37




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 Re: Re: WD45 pulling a 10' transport disc?? in reply to Ted Buisker, 08-08-1998 06:53:07  
: : Hello All!
: : Is it possible for this tractor to do it with : : a disk w/conventional drawbar hitch?
: : (My understanding is that the WD45 has 37 drawbar HP.)
: : If so, what is the highest gear one can go??
: : Would like to also drag a single-set of 10ft harrow
: : behind it. Reason asking is I saw a nice looking JD
: : disk that would replace my beat up 7ft IH disk.
: : The old timers around here say no way-any input??
: : Thanks

: Your 45 should play with that disc! Provided it is weighted for field work, with fluid filled tires. I pull a 12ft Krause with 18" blades and two 7' sections of spike tooth harrow with my 45D in third gear, no problem. I do use duals in plowed ground. My question is , Why would you want to degrade your Allis by hooking it to anything painted green!!! Have a g'day. TED

Your Wd should pull that okay in 3rd gear unless the soil is really heavy and wet. That is really an easy load for the tractor.

Dave

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