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    Default Another sub-soiler thread

    I would like to give subsoiling my garden a shot. I have a Ford 3000 with R1 tires and it pulls my (2) bottom plow and box blade with rippers down all the way with ease. I read about someone taking off the plows and using the plow frame for the sub-soiler. I can remove the plows pretty easy. I'm not sure what brand of plow it is but its heavy duty, all 1"x3" construction with trips that work. I can make some extensions for the plow arms and get it together in a few days. My question is, will my tractor pull a (2) place sub soiler with moles? Here's the plow and mole I'd like to use. I'm going to weld up the mole tonight. Thanks in advance. Andy
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