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  1. #1
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    Apr 2012

    Default right steps?

    correct me if i'm wrong on this.first i use the attachment in picture #1 then i disc after? i'm about to rent a tractor(comes with discer) the attachment in the picture i own it.soil looks like it's hard.rental tractor is 100hp kubota low profile.for 3rd step i'm going to make mounds to plant cantaloupes,watermelons,corn.tomatillos.

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    Default Re: right steps?

    That 2 bottom plow would use 30-40 hp, a 100 hp tractor should pull a 4 bottom plow.

    While more power is fine, you might havr a little trouble settingit up, plow will be cat 1 hitch, tractor will be cat 2, the wheel on the tractor will be a little fat to fit in the furrow, and so forth. You can make it work, but it will be a little off.

    Typically plow, disk, and harrow.


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    Pike County Illinois
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    Default Re: right steps?

    You will have to add bushings to make the Cat2 fit the Cat 1 pins on that plow.

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    Default Re: right steps?

    The biggest concern I have with the moldboard plow you show is these are fixed with no shear bolt or trip mechanism on them. You will be tempted with that size tractor to run fast which it will easy and if you catch one of those unmovable objects in the ground the plow may not take the shock and you may not fair well either. Depending on the disk that comes with a 100 hp tractor you may not need to use the plow.
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