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    Case 1845 C Skid steer

    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by mark.r
    Anybody else have any feedback on one of these?
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    I have great feedback, I made one about 15 years ago and it is the best all around harrow for lots of things, take a look at their site and you will see, mine is reversible with different depth spikes and I can pull it aggressive or smooth and I did pull this with a Chevy S-10 PU and I use my Case now. I made mine from used heavy rebar and it's still great and mine is seven and a half feet wide and about 5 feet long
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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottOkla
    I ordered one last week and they finished it yesterday.

    I should get it next week, and maybe try it out a few days after that. I'll post something then.
    Any feedback yet?
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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy
    It's likely your 3pt can actually pick up more drag that you can easilly drag... etc..
    Ain't that the truth. I have occasionally connected an 8' chain harrow with our BX2350, when the larger tractor is occupied. The 3PH picks it up and I can go straight forward just fine, but it is awfully light in the front end. It doesn't turn so well!

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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    I am picking mine up tomorrow.

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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottOkla
    I am picking mine up tomorrow.
    Excellent looking forward to hearing your thoughts. What size/model did you purchase?
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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    I got the 6' wide model so I could transport it more easily between properties.

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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottOkla
    I got the 6' wide model so I could transport it more easily between properties.
    Thanks, I am looking at the 7 1/2 for similar reasons. Let me know how you like it.

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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Well, I finally got mad enough with tangling of my regular chain harrow and I bought the Delta Tooth one I referenced earlier.
    It can't tangle (physically impossible)
    it's VERY heavy and it blows up manure concentrations like you can't believe.
    So far, (10 acres), I'm pretty happy with it.

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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by LoneCowboy
    Well, I finally got mad enough with tangling of my regular chain harrow and I bought the Delta Tooth one I referenced earlier.
    It can't tangle (physically impossible)
    it's VERY heavy and it blows up manure concentrations like you can't believe.
    So far, (10 acres), I'm pretty happy with it.
    Brian, a few questions if you don't mind. What size is your new harrow and how long did it take to harrow the 10 acres? Oh, and which tractor did you use?

    Thanks
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    Default Re: CHAIN DRAG HARROW

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch
    Brian, a few questions if you don't mind. What size is your new harrow and how long did it take to harrow the 10 acres? Oh, and which tractor did you use?

    Thanks
    It's a 6' wide by about 4' long, and it weighs a LOT more than my old style 6'x6'.
    I pull the harrow with an ATV. Much faster, much less pressure on the pasture (an ATV with a fat guy on it, still weighs less than a tractor with or without fat guy. )
    Took me about 2 hours to do 10 acres. About the same as the old style, but I'm saving that 15 minutes to untangle it after taking it off the trailer.

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