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    Default offset pull disc

    I am looking around for a used offset pull disc for a 30 hp 4wd tractor. Is a 6 footer too big? I found 5 footer for $600.
    A friend got a 6 footer for $200


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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    If I remember correctly you need about 9hp poer foot. Not sure they build a 3 footer. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    What is an offset pull disc? Does anyone have pictures? Thanks [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    No pic, but it's a heavy, agressive, primary tillage tool. Usually a transport type disc with wheels on cylinders and gangs arranged in the shape of half an "X" (or like this&gt.

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    I would think the offset pull disc would look like this --\ / or --/ \ or maybe what I'm describing is called something else?

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    This is a used 6 ft "Case" offset wheel disc that maybe will show the basic concept. --Ken Sweet


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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    find a picture either of your own or something from tbn pages or internet of this offset pull disc and attach or link to it so people aren't confused about what you are talking about.

    I am sure you mean a double offset disc made of angle iron frame and 16 or 20 inch disc whose axles in the form of an "x". I am sure your tractor can pull this described disc.

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    Milkman has it right and sweettractors has the picture. don't know if that is what you really want. Also I am not sure one was made for that small of a tractor. The double offset tandem disk is the most common. I have one for my 18.5 horse Satoh. The gangs are more of an x shape.

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    Hello Troweller,
    Welcome to TBN.
    The offest disk is typically configured like this --\:/
    (the colon is the wheels) [img]/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]. However, I guess you could assemble one in reverse and make it a right-hand disk. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] You may be able tho find one older model that you'll be able to pull with 30HP. The trend in today's disks seem to be ever larger discs [the circular blade] and larger disks [the implement], and heavier frames for better penetration. They are a great tool for tillage, you always need to turn left or it can climb the tire. We used to use it to disk under the citrus trees. They can be adjusted to follow way to the right of the tractor so they can run under the trees a couple of feet.
    For more information, do a google search for offset disk.
    I would pick up the disk for $600; sounds like a deal. You could always resell it if you decide you made a mistake. Make sure the bearings are good.

    Here is a link for some small disks:
    <font color="green">Burch Manufacturing</font>
    phil

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    Default Re: offset pull disc

    Hello oliver28472,
    I used to see 4' to 6' disks being pulled by a Ford 8N with no trouble other than some wheel slip. As I said in my previous post, you just need to shop around to find an <font color="blue">older</font> disk. They're out there if you can find them.
    phil

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