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case 970 - can it handle a 8 1/2 foot offset disc?

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michaelr

11-13-2013 13:13:15




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Can a 970 handle pulling an 8 1/2 foot offset disc? Soil type is nice bottom ground. 21's up front and 22's in rear.




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4435

11-14-2013 05:48:15




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 Re: case 970 - can it handle a 8 1/2 foot offset disc? in reply to michaelr, 11-13-2013 13:13:15  
What Glenn said. Here we have heavy clay, 4-14's in 4th. 8 to 9 feet of heavy offset is a load. We had a bushhog with the solid 4 x 4 iron beams. Tom



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Adirondack cas guy

11-13-2013 14:23:00




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 Re: case 970 - can it handle a 8 1/2 foot offset disc? in reply to michaelr, 11-13-2013 13:13:15  
A 970 will play with both the offset disc and the 4x16 plow.
Loren



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massey333

11-14-2013 16:45:31




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 Re: case 970 - can it handle a 8 1/2 foot offset disc? in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-13-2013 14:23:00  
Depends on the offset disc,a 10 ft."Miller"will give a 2470-2670 all it wants or more.Traction and power both.



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Glenn F.

11-13-2013 20:34:17




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 Re: case 970 - can it handle a 8 1/2 foot offset disc? in reply to Adirondack cas guy, 11-13-2013 14:23:00  
A 970 would have NO fun with 4-16s around here. 4-14s would often be too much. HEAVY ground.

Glenn



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