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Re: Need to pull 5 shank chisel

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Aaron

03-26-2000 15:36:52




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I don't think a 45 would pull that. We pull an 11 foot chisel about that deep with 130 horse tractor and can be given serious fits with it. Those things pull a LOT harder than a moldboard plow of the same width. I'd go with the D-17 for starters. You might not get that deep unless the soil is in good shape.
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John C-IL

03-26-2000 16:25:40




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 Re: Re: Need to pull 5 shank chisel in reply to Aaron, 03-26-2000 15:36:52  
I agree with Aaron, I pull a 9 shank chisel with a 1066 and it is not nearly enough tractor, so I don't end up too deep or get some of the really hard spots. I doubt that a D-17 will do the job unless VERY heavily weighted and in a low gear, and that makes for drive train longevity concerns. John



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bob

03-26-2000 20:12:28




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 Re: Re: Re: Need to pull 5 shank chisel in reply to John C-IL, 03-26-2000 16:25:40  
I also agree, my grandfather use to pull his 10 foot chisel with case 830 and he bought a new 1175 in the 70's sometime and the dealer asked him if he wanted to trade for a bigger chisel but my gandpa said that he could make that 1175 grunt with that 10' chisel but the dealer didn't believe him belive me those suckers pull hard



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tim[in]

03-27-2000 14:28:04




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Need to pull 5 shank chisel in reply to bob, 03-26-2000 20:12:28  
i've seen guys use 5 shanks on a 50-60 hp but they used them more like a high clearance field cultivator. if you are wanting to go deep ,use a subsoiler. i have a jd field cultivater for such work.and an ac subsoiler to do the deep stuff.and the hard pan can be made with a chisel plow as well as a moldboard . plus you will probably need to disc ahead of chisel plow orbushhog to shred corn stalks. unless you put a plow coulter in front of each shank which will add weight to your already heavy load. good luck ! by the way i have stalled 150 hp with a 10 ' chisel.

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