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HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk

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jo-ker

09-27-2018 17:54:23




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So I finally tried out my Ford 224 20' disk. I'm in gear 5 on my 9600, have tried to keep disk level. But I'm leaving behind centre ridge. Rear disks gangs (left and right) seem to be spaced closer together. Is this what is causing the ridges? or am I going too fast? Interested in any feedback. Thanks for your replies in advance.
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FOMOCO Farmer

09-28-2018 04:50:34




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to jo-ker, 09-27-2018 17:54:23  
That's the nature of that disc! You might try taking some angle out of the rear gangs!



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fordfarmer

09-28-2018 07:20:30




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to FOMOCO Farmer, 09-28-2018 04:50:34  
Yep, that about sums it up. Could maybe slide the gangs out a bit in their U-bolts... but that might not work with the wings. I usually pull mine in 5th and Dual Power, only because the 7600 runs out of snort if you try to go faster.



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Ultradog MN

09-28-2018 04:43:57




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to jo-ker, 09-27-2018 17:54:23  
That's a big cab on that tractor.
Does it come with a cook stove, fridge and a cot to nap on?
Nice looking rig.



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Bern

09-28-2018 16:27:04




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-28-2018 04:43:57  
That cab looks big because of the unusually small tires. I seriously doubt he can get all of the power to the ground with that setup.



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Jo-ker

09-28-2018 17:20:43




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to Bern, 09-28-2018 16:27:04  
Hey Bern, them tires are 18.4x38s, they are worn but the cab is tall, i can stand up in it, im 6foot tall, cab is called a Vision, built somewhere in Kansas.



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Bern

09-28-2018 18:58:05




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to Jo-ker, 09-28-2018 17:20:43  
I have egg on my face - sorry about that. That cab design threw me off.



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fordfarmer

09-28-2018 07:22:08




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-28-2018 04:43:57  
You'd be surprised... they aren't as big inside as you'd think. The cab on my TW is roomier. And lots quieter.



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showcrop

09-28-2018 03:53:12




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 Re: HEY FORD FARMER Ford 9600 pics and 224 disk in reply to jo-ker, 09-27-2018 17:54:23  
jo-ker, I believe that all discs leave a ridge. That is one of the reasons for pulling some sort of leveler behind it on the last pass when preparing for a seeding. I don't see 5th being too fast for discing unless the 9600 starts to heat up.



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