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    Default row hipper

    how high of a bed can a row hipper with two 16" blades on each side typically pull once everything has been adjusted I have pretty flat ground that i need to pull at least a 12" levee so i can irrigate some corn on a food plot

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    Default Re: row hipper

    I haven't got to try it yet....... But the hiller I built for my 5' tool bar will make two rows over the total of about 64" of width.
    That is using 16" diameter wheels set at 45 degrees that makes it about 32" wide at the front and 11" wide at the back.

    I don't have a picture of all 4 wheels on the tool bar, but do have one of 1 set (2 wheels).
    Good luck
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