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Jimmie D. Phelps

04-14-2010 19:58:30

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The pictures of the 9230 and the oneways (Krause) was taken 7 years ago but I was using them like shown today. The front onway is a 1959 and the rear a 1962. Both bought new. Have used them every year since new. I figured up tonight The pair has covered 57,600 ac in that time. Pictures of he 1960 930 pulling them was taken in 62.

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Country Nate

04-15-2010 12:24:52

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 Re: Hard working Case's in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 04-14-2010 19:58:30  
That's big country out there Jimmie. Thanks for the pics.

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J Heitkemper

04-14-2010 20:57:41

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 Re: Hard working Case's in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 04-14-2010 19:58:30  
Are you pulling same depth and speed with the big hoss as you did with 930 propaner ???...years ago , we used to pull the snot out of a weighted down fiesty 800 on a chisel plow , took 4yrs of that turned up abuse before it cracked both heads ,just when we were nearly done ,,that FINE LADY GAVE IT ALL EVERY DAY mostly 4th gear,,, now days the 1070 just occassionally inhales heavily with the same plow on the mild slopes ...

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Jimmie D. Phelps

04-14-2010 21:55:22

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 Re: Hard working Case's in reply to J Heitkemper, 04-14-2010 20:57:41  
I go the same depth, depending on the field I am in. then only about four in. I till shollow in our country because of shollow top soil and low moisture. But I go faster and eaiser with the 9230. They are 15' oneways

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04-14-2010 20:54:49

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 Re: Hard working Case's in reply to Jimmie D. Phelps, 04-14-2010 19:58:30  
There are a few of those one ways in some fence rows in the area, i have never seen one work in person before. Looks like they do a nice job of working the ground and leaving some stubble on top.

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Jimmie D. Phelps

04-14-2010 21:06:52

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 Re: Hard working Case's in reply to Moline_guy, 04-14-2010 20:54:49  
My Dad bought his first Krause oneway 12' in 1946 eventualy had two of them and in 1956 bought an new 12' K20 which I still have and use some, Than we bought the new 15' K20 in 1959 and the new 1962 K20 in 62. I also bought a 16' newer 1961 K20 in 66 and still use all of them. Using them is the cheapest operation per ac. I have on the farm. Also saves the moisture, which we in Western Nebraska and NE Colo. have a short supply of.

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