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SONNY wrote:They leave grooves in the soil making hard walking, and cover up young plants really bad, and leave weeds behind!---other than that they great! LOL!---thats why I prefer the troy-built for cultivating with!---problem with them is that they are slow!
I use a JD 3-pt 1- row (video on You-Tube of it) on the 56 cub for large crops like spuds, so I can roll dirt up to the rows making ridges!---In your ground it may do a smooth job,--in my ground it dont, so go for it! LOL! thanks; sonny
v w wrote:Here is a listing for lift arms. Don't know if they fit your cults. $50.00
allis man wrote:Ok, now...... New problem..... I put the plow on today, and I cant get the pitch of the plow correct to start biting into the ground.......Any suggetions?
allis man wrote:Thomas, do you have those lift arms for sale? If so I'm interested.. Thanks, Justin
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