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01-15-2013, 09:16 AM #31
- Join Date
- Apr 2011
- Erie Pa.
- Montana R4944, Ford Jubilee, Ford 621, Ford 841
Re: 2WD vs 4WD Food plot and slopes
Two wheel drive will do a lot of work when equiped with loaded R1 tires, 4 wheel drive units usually have R4tires but will still go more places in 4wd than a 2wd unit. 4wd is great for loader work but a 2wd unit does just fine.
The difference between which one to buy is a gut call, when and how you want to use tractor. As far as the disc vrs a tiller, i spent most of my life plowing and disking and now I use a tiller. Plowing and disking is fine but I enjoy the tiller way more. I don't do as large of an area now but the tiller is 5' wide I really would like to get a 6' one but what I have works fine, and at 5 foot at a time you can get a lot done quickly and way faster than plowing and disking with one piece of equipment, although every so often plowing should be done to really turn over the soil.Montana R4944
Ford Jubliee, Ford 841, Ford 621 industrial with FEL & BH
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