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Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:02 pm
Maybe this will help a littleTom K wrote:.......153 fast hitch disk plow I need to know what the bracket or link on the far left side looks like and attaches to so I can make one. Thanks very much Tom K
No plow for it, plus not enough room to turn at ends of this little garden.Dale Shaw wrote:John, use the H
Pretty easy to steer, the 151 has a trailing weighted wheel that connects to the cub steering and helps hold it in line. I tried moving over to take a smaller cut, but did not help much. The really bad part in the middle is dead furrow, where I threw the dirt up from both sides.TJG wrote:I can imagine the amount of arm strength used to keep the tractor straight during this plowing. Fun times!
Maybe cutting the furrows narrower would have helped. Instead of keeping the front tire against the near-side (land side) of the furrow, you can run the front tire against the far-side (plowed side) of the existing furrow. It takes longer and more passes, but the I've done this with the disc plow and the ground is more even.
Otherwise the garden will look very good once it is smoothed out and disked. Todd
Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:55 pm
John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:Maybe this will help a littleTom K wrote:.......153 fast hitch disk plow I need to know what the bracket or link on the far left side looks like and attaches to so I can make one. Thanks very much Tom K
Sat Apr 13, 2013 1:15 pm