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    Okay, the Dearborn is pushing my tail end to the left. Are there any adjustments, or do I need to take a smaller bite?
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    Oh yea, here is a couple of pix.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-3235994341-jpg   Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-1990061769-jpg   Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-559994088-jpg  
    Mahindra 3016 HST
    Mahindra 115 Loader
    Rhino 160 rotary cutter
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    2 Bottom Dearborn Disc Turning Plow
    TSC Sub Soiler
    M-101 A2 Trailer

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    Put a 6 inch block under your 2 left tractor tires, adjust the plow to run level with the ground front to back with your top link and level with the ground right to left with your tractor leveling arm crank on the right rear. After you make a furrow, fine tune adjust the plow in the same way (just wont need the blocks under the left side) The front disc should be taking about 12 inches. Spacing on the tractor tires should be pretty close to 24 inches from the center of the draw bar to the right rear tire inside rubber. If not close to that, adjust the track width of the tractor or slide the plow some on the cross draw bar to reconcile. Ken Sweet
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    Thanks, I'll try in the morning.
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    Mahindra 115 Loader
    Rhino 160 rotary cutter
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    2 Bottom Dearborn Disc Turning Plow
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    M-101 A2 Trailer

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    Okay, after adjusting the lifting arms to the middle hole I can now move around without dragging any. I noticed that one pin is dog legged and the other is straight. I am thinking that this controls the bite. If I roll the pin forward, I should get a smaller bite. A Smaller bite means less crabbing. Let me know if I am wrong, or make suggestions as needed.
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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-1288253265-jpg   Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-367770975-jpg   Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk-image-831619893-jpg  
    Mahindra 3016 HST
    Mahindra 115 Loader
    Rhino 160 rotary cutter
    Mahindra 5' box blade
    2 Bottom Dearborn Disc Turning Plow
    TSC Sub Soiler
    M-101 A2 Trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traxx View Post
    Okay, after adjusting the lifting arms to the middle hole I can now move around without dragging any. I noticed that one pin is dog legged and the other is straight. I am thinking that this controls the bite. If I roll the pin forward, I should get a smaller bite. A Smaller bite means less crabbing. Let me know if I am wrong, or make suggestions as needed.
    Carl
    The rotating adjustable cross drawbar is only for making the plow follow in a straight line with the center line of the tractor and not a angle "off" the center line of the tractor. To get width of cut on the front plow can only be accomplished by the earlier setup described last night. Ken Sweet
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    Shipping Example: Can ship 800 lbs from Ky. to Dallas for $165
    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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    Default Re: Looking into a 2 bottom Dearborn disk

    Quote Originally Posted by StanR View Post
    Wish I had seen this earlier. I have one in Madisonville I would have sold for a lot less than that. You will like it
    Do you still have this? If so PM me. Thanks
    Carl
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    2 Bottom Dearborn Disc Turning Plow
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    M-101 A2 Trailer

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