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 03-25-2000, 00:00 Post: 14168
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I bought an old, but servicable 6 foot disc and need some advice. If the soil moisture content is just right, the disc works great, but if its real dry, or has weeds growing, the disc tends to ride up and over that area and doesn't do a very good job. Is is common to place weights atop the disc? Mine looks like the frame is made to accomadate weights where the frame is constructed with retangular weldments.






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 03-25-2000, 00:00 Post: 14172
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John,I've got weights all over a Pittsburgh-Taylor 5 footer disc. Also angling the banks of the discs so that the curved leading edge of the disc blade is parallel to the line of travel makes a disc more aggressive. At some point,however,hard ground and vegetation will defeat a disc. This is where a "pushing down" 3 point would really help.






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