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    Default Drip line plow

    This one is a plow I built for installing irrigation drip lines. The machine is built from 4x4x3/16 box tube with " steel plate doublers on top and bottom of the rear blade mount. 5/8" holes equal spaced allow for just about any spacing between installed lines.

    The spools have " hyvar bolted to the cross bars to act as bearings and simple pvc pipe spacers to keep it simple.

    The blades are just riper blades from a box blade with 1/8 steel plate welded to make a channel for the drip line and a generous radius so it won't kink.

    I have an extra 3 point attachment left over from another project that I intend to make a single ripper like this one but to run/bury cable quicker than my trencher?hen I get around to it.










    Last edited by jwmorris; 02-19-2012 at 10:38 AM.

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