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    Platinum Member Devildog's Avatar
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    Default Lienbach Plow

    I just puchased a new Linebach 1-12 plow. I purchased this plow after the recommendation from my local implement Co with my type of terrian. After looking it over good I realized it was built a little heavier that I thought for a 1-12 plow and after using it plowing a couple of gardens it worked great.
    Cost was $289.00
    Here is a pic.
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    Default Re: Lienbach Plow

    Do they make a 2-12"?

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    Default Re: Lienbach Plow

    Yes they do make a 12" 2 bottom plow. I just found one at www.Marshall-Machinery.com $445. Look under economy products.
    Solo

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    Default Re: Leinbach Plow

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.tractorbynet.com/cgi-bin/compact/showthreaded.pl?Cat=&amp;Board=implement&amp;Numbe r=71869&amp;page=&amp;view=&amp;sb=&amp;o=&amp;vc= 1>More Leinbach Discussion and Rake picture…</A>

    Jim,

    I think Leinbach is another sleeper of a company similar to KingKutter… very good quality product for the dollar… in other words you can get some decent implements for an excellent price… [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: Leinbach Plow

    Unlike many of the posters here, I've never had a good opinion of King Kutter. It's built to be low cost. I have a Leinbach disc that has tube steel for the frame. KK uses angles. Leinback's stuff is built heavier than equivalent KK
    equipment.

    KK is fine for light duty but the stacks of KK equipment rusting before it got sold outside of the local, now defunct, Quality Farm &amp; Family never impressed me.

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    Default Re: Leinbach Plow

    <font color=blue>...Quality Farm &amp; Family ...</font color=blue>

    I've seen that problem there with the Howse implements real bad... also the angle iron is used alot on the leader model "Worksaver" implements also painted yellow at Quality... sometimes passed off as "KingKutter"...

    All in all, I think both KingKutter and Leinbach have lots of value for the dollar... there are many other implement companies out there that charge much more... and the consumer buys on "name" and ends up getting much less...


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    Default Re: Lienbach Plow

    A couple of questions for you, having no plow experience, yet, and about to embark upon purchasing a plow for similar uses:
    1. Could you get 12" deep on the first pass? What kind of soil do you have, that made this unit the best choice?
    2. What HP tractor is the plow attached to---I'm assuming from the "HST" on the fender, it's in the 40-range?

    Thanks,

    Raphael

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    Default Re: Lienbach Plow

    I can see the plow is flat to the 'ground' in this picture, but to be adjusted correctly for plowing, seems to me it should be flat to the ground only when the left rear wheel is off the ground the same distance as the depth of the intended furrow (plow 6" deep, then 6" off the ground).
    If plowing as it is adjusted, the bottom of the furrow will not be level (flat) right to left, and you will just be dragging the point of the plow under the dirt. The front to back leveling is done with the top arm adjustment. The right to left leveling is done with the height adjuster on the right 3pt lift arm (at least for this plow).

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    Default Re: Lienbach Plow

    Don't mean to answer for Jim, but according to his sig line, it's a B7500 HST which is 21 gross HP and 16 pto HP.

    Hoss

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    Default Re: Leinbach Plow

    Darren,
    <font color=blue>a Leinbach disc that has tube steel for the frame. KK uses angles.</font color=blue>

    Like several manufacturers, KK offers both. Their angle frame disc:

    runs to a maximum weight of 560 lbs for a 6'5" disc with 20 18" blades. Their box frame disc:

    for the same size (6 1/2 feet) with 20 18" blades weighs in at 790 lbs. They also offer the box frame disc in sizes up to 7 1/2 feet with 24 20" blades weighing in at 880 lbs. Figures come from <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.kingkutter.com/index.asp>King Kutter's</A> web site.

    Hoss

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