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Jr1983

12-22-2017 04:45:22




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Will a 641 pull a two bottom with turf tires on the back? I just want to plow my garden. Have a chance at a two bottom but also have a chance at a set of turf tires that are much better than the tires on it. I do have a set of chains if need be. No ballast of any kind. Its primary purpose will be a finish mower hence the additional desire for the turf tires. I still have a lot work to do on it but I have the chance at a trade deal for the plow and a spring tooth cultivator.

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12-22-2017 08:58:34




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 Re: More 641 questions in reply to Jr1983, 12-22-2017 04:45:22  
Worst comes to worst I can get a set of combine tires and wheels to put on when the garden needs plowed. I want the turf tires for the rest of its duty's. I'm thinking it should be a three bottom unit so in a small area a two would be OK. Does anyone know if I'm right?



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12-22-2017 05:34:19




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 Re: More 641 questions in reply to Jr1983, 12-22-2017 04:45:22  
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Sure! No problem! It will take a LOT of added weight however. I would keep waiting for a better set of R-1s to show up. There are 28 inch R-1s on CL pretty much all the time here.



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