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    Default Agri-fab disk cultivator

    You may have seen my last thread about the disk from princess auto. What about THIS disk?
    Products > Sleeve Hitch Disc Cultivator

    Has anyone used one of these? They look kinda crappy to me, and I can't find anywhere in Canada where they sell them?!?!?! I'm probably just missing it though

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    It looks like at least Agri-Fab is all over.

    From their locator on the web site, I've found:

    Peavey Industries Ltd.
    400 King Street
    Estevan SK S4A 2B4
    (306) 634-8090

    Canadian Tire
    200 King Street
    Estevan SK S4A 2L9
    306-346-6407

    Peavey Industries Ltd.
    111 Government Road
    Weyburn SK S4H 0N8
    (306) 842-2143

    There are probably quite a few more places carrying the brand, depending on where one is hunting. I don't know about the inventory though.

    The disk does appear quite small, especially for a tow behind with no power up/power down options, although I suppose you could add a 3 pt hitch if you had it available.

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    I've looked at Home Depot and a few other places websites, they carry SOME of their products, but of course none of them show the disk (maybe they just don't have it on the website, or could order them in?)
    They say 30-38" which will do for me. I was thinking i would put a longer hitch on and make it a flip over disk

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    took two a few years ago and put them together and made a gang disc for food plots. If you have any roots, rocks, or anything else foreign in the food plot, you will spend more time straightening things back out then actually using it.

    They are made about 40 miles from my residence, and are 40% owner of hydrogear, which is just next door.
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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    Quote Originally Posted by RANDYT View Post
    took two a few years ago and put them together and made a gang disc for food plots. If you have any roots, rocks, or anything else foreign in the food plot, you will spend more time straightening things back out then actually using it.

    They are made about 40 miles from my residence, and are 40% owner of hydrogear, which is just next door.
    So there not very durable? Is that why there only $200andsome ?

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    There designed for garden tractors, in previously worked soil.
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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    There are different grades of steel.
    It sounds like the disk is made out of thin mild steel, rather than a bit thicker hardened steel.
    The bearings?

    It would take more processing to mold and heat treat each disk, but it might make a huge differnece for the longevity of the device.

    It sounds like you'd be better off finding a used disk and rebulding it. Does the agrifab disk come unassembled? So you have to put it together anyway.

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    I'm thinking I'm not gonna get the agri-fab... Probably gonna go with a princess auto disc

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    Default Re: Agri-fab disk cultivator

    You are wasting your time and money . Those little implements do not work . They are not heavy enough , if they were you can't pull em .

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