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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    made hanger brackets 3/8 x 6 x 13 high, gonna chop off back half

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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    is the 33.5 from spud end of axle to the start of the threads of the end of threads,, sorry only want to have to order once
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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    Quote Originally Posted by spo307 View Post
    is the 33.5 from spud end of axle to the start of the threads of the end of threads,, sorry only want to have to order once
    End to end total overall length. Lay a tape measure on the table and start marking 5 blades 7" apart if you get parts from agri supply. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    frame is done
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    Quote Originally Posted by spo307 View Post
    frame is done
    Excellent work. If I could make a suggestion? If I were building it, I would cap off 1 end of the square tubing and pour sakrete or old scrap bolts and nuts down the other end and then cap it off. More weight is better. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    Thanks ,Thats 1/4 tube the frame has some weight, going to use 39 1/2 axles 6 disc's each side.
    To add weight going to use train rail @ 119 lbs pr foot. I really am looking to disc 2 to 4 inches after that rocks start growing lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by spo307 View Post
    I just sold this disc

    Nice looking disc
    Unfortunately, it's too purty to use in the hayfield

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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    finished handle, should have made lower 3 point attach plat from one piece, welded single tab then added top and bottom plates, was tired

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    Default Re: building a 3 point disc

    Just to help you when adding your weight, Railroad rail is weighed in 3ft sections. Most likely your 119lb rail is per 3 ft and not per ft

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