New (to me) tractor

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AZAggie
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Re: New (to me) tractor

Postby AZAggie » Wed May 30, 2018 1:58 pm

I got to to plow up some land for my neighbor this past weekend. It was like plowing a beach. That disc just dug into that sand. Had to run in a pretty low gear, and slow to get it done. I also let my city slicker nephew plow for the first time with it as well. Probably not the best place to start him out, but he did fine.
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Re: New (to me) tractor

Postby jltrent » Wed May 30, 2018 2:48 pm

AZAggie wrote:I got to to plow up some land for my neighbor this past weekend. It was like plowing a beach. That disc just dug into that sand. Had to run in a pretty low gear, and slow to get it done. I also let my city slicker nephew plow for the first time with it as well. Probably not the best place to start him out, but he did fine.


City slicker have to start somewhere to get countrified. Maybe you will have some good help now. Good to hear your tractor is doing good.
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