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930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!!

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mndan

05-25-2014 13:30:26




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Finally got a chance to try the 930 on the plow yesterday. Tried to plow a little field that hasn't been worked in almost 15 years! The beast did really well on top of the hills. Guess what happened at the bottom???? Yep, buried it! Was able to get out once I unhooked, but what a pain in the a$$!! I wonder if it will ever dry out! Thought everyone might like some pics. Hope everyone has a great weekend. Dan

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Adirondack case guy

05-26-2014 05:34:18




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 Re: 930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!! in reply to mndan, 05-25-2014 13:30:26  
Looks like a lot of tire to squish into that furrow. I have a older 1964 round fender 930 with 18.4x34s and would someday like to get it running and find a 4B trailer plow for it. Maybe some day.
Loren



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mndan

05-26-2014 16:10:36




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 Re: 930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-26-2014 05:34:18  
Loren- yes I thought the same thing since this tractor is new to me, but it actually worked well. The Plow covered up the tracks good. I was pleasantly surprised. I"ll definitely need some weight on the rear. It"s hard to find wheel weights up here so I might have to do fluid!



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LenND

05-25-2014 18:12:49




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 Re: 930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!! in reply to mndan, 05-25-2014 13:30:26  
Don't see any dust moving around there!!!! lol



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Bruce from Can.

05-25-2014 17:04:28




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 Re: 930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!! in reply to mndan, 05-25-2014 13:30:26  
Why not put the coulters down, and let them do their job? Nice pic's. Bruce



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mndan

05-25-2014 17:35:44




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 Re: 930 plowing- will it ever dry out?!! in reply to Bruce from Can., 05-25-2014 17:04:28  
Didn't bother with only 3 acres. This plow we use in small grains and corn fields usually. Have a 3 bottom with counters that we usually use in sod. Wanted to see what the 930 was made of. Coulters don't help in mud very much!



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