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630 John Deere disc or Krause disc

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williaada

11-24-2022 07:58:45




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Will be using a 4320 JD to pull a 630 or a Krause disc. Looking to work up about 80 acres. What disc will serve me better. Krause is about 4k and the 630 will be about 2.3k need to replace one broken disc. Thinking I will be going about 5.5-6 mph.

Appreciate the responses.




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Leroy

11-25-2022 06:35:34




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to williaada, 11-24-2022 07:58:45  
Is Krause a reginal brand? Only place I have ever heard of that make is here on this site. Never heard of it here in Ohio. But I only had and used smaller older machinery.



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Texasmark

11-25-2022 06:52:23




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to Leroy, 11-25-2022 06:35:34  
I buy used implements and on a couple of occasions bought Krause. My experience is that they are very heavy duty and pull hard.



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Leroy

11-25-2022 07:09:54




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to Texasmark, 11-25-2022 06:52:23  
Possibly being that heavy duty is why not around here. My biggest tractor when I was farming was a Ford 5000.



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caterpillar guy

11-24-2022 16:18:16




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to williaada, 11-24-2022 07:58:45  
I tend to shy away from Krause tillage pieces. they always seem to have a bent leg at the wheel on one side or the other. Don't know if it is abuse or just not heavy enough for the job. I would lean towards a sunflower disk, you would not be sorry. Heavy and will work ground in a couple passes fit to plant on if needed.



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DeltaRed

11-24-2022 13:05:24




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to williaada, 11-24-2022 07:58:45  
That 4320 will easily handle 16 ft. Krause makes good disk.



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Brendon-KS

11-24-2022 08:52:41




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to williaada, 11-24-2022 07:58:45  
Krause makes good disks - you see a lot of them here in central Kansas. (They're made right here in Hutchinson, KS. ) There are many different models out there, some relatively light on up to super heavy. A lighter weight 18-ish footer or a heavier 15 ft would match your tractor well if you have average conditions.



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williaada

11-24-2022 09:12:03




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to Brendon-KS, 11-24-2022 08:52:41  
Would a 955a be sized correctly for the 4320?



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Brendon-KS

11-24-2022 18:31:39




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to williaada, 11-24-2022 09:12:03  
From what I can tell a 955A is nearly 25 feet wide which would be too much for your tractor.



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VicS

11-24-2022 18:51:20




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 Re: 630 John Deere disc or Krause disc in reply to Brendon-KS, 11-24-2022 18:31:39  
It would just need duals



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