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Re: how to use a grain drill

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One more tiny little detail here , Make sure you have the correct tire size on the drill as this too will really mess you up as with most farmers whe a tire goes back they grab what ever will hold air and fit the boot pattern of the hub and tire size and tread design will affect the drilling or planting of a grain drill or corn planter. As i have LEARNED this . I will probably be dragged out of the house and linched over this but i have a GREEN corn planter yep i am coming out of the closet and letting everyone know i have a GREEN corn planter . When i got it it had some of them what ever will fit tires and it was really messed up on population and while Drinking over the situation and thinking WHY it was messed up and not doing what it was suppose to do while looking at it from the rear after counting all the teeth on every sprocket and reading the book and it is still not doing what the Book said i am looking at two car snow tires and it hit me , I went and bought two new tires like what it was suppose to have set the air pressure like the book said and went to planting and it plants as good as a brand new planter at a whole bunch less then the first payment would be on a new one .

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