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05-22-2015 17:46:37

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How good is a 475 disc? Or are the 490 and 496 better disc? around 20 ft is what I need!

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sd pete

05-23-2015 05:33:38

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 Re: international disc in reply to tomturkey, 05-22-2015 17:46:37  
I had a 475 it is a good disk. Mine had the 9 inch spacing. I had some gumbo soils. It was miles ahead of the bw it replaced.

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4020 electrician

05-22-2015 19:40:22

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 Re: international disc in reply to Brian806, 05-22-2015 17:46:37  
How much trash? Disc are good some yrs and bad in some. Disc tend to cause compaction issues unless the soil is right. I use one on the lighter side for that reason. 475 is a good disc, just not as "heavy" as a 495-496.

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Mikein Ky

05-22-2015 18:16:20

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 Re: international disc in reply to Brian806, 05-22-2015 17:46:37  
The 490 and 496 are a lot heavier. They all do a good job. They also made a 485 that is in the middle as far as weight. I don't see many of them around here. There is also the 7.5 vs 9 inch spacing debate. I have used both and both have their advantages. The 9" seems to me to do a better job as a primary tillage tool and the 7.5" does a good job on a seed bed. There a lot of 475's in this area. I have one with a 7.5 spacing. I am considering a 485 I have found that has 9" spaced blades.

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