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    What size disc harrows for 1 series

    So I'm in the market for a set of Frontier disc harrows, I know I could pull the 48" set just wondering if the 66" would be too much for a 1 series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    So I'm in the market for a set of Frontier disc harrows, I know I could pull the 48" set just wondering if the 66" would be too much for a 1 series?
    What does the 66" weighs? I think the 1 series can pull it but curious how well it can handle lifting it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    You too aren’t helping, and now I have to make some popcorn
    My gut tells me 66” is too much
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    Quote Originally Posted by ky_shawn View Post
    What does the 66" weighs? I think the 1 series can pull it but curious how well it can handle lifting it
    The 66” is 445 lbs, only 60 lbs more than the 48”, my concern would be pulling them.
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    DH1066?? I'd say yes.

    JD lists the DH1066 for up to 28hp and the gangs are adjustable which is what you'd want. Mutton/JD shows a sub-compact pulling it when I looked up the DH1066.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcabe5 View Post
    DH1066?? I'd say yes.

    JD lists the DH1066 for up to 28hp and the gangs are adjustable which is what you'd want. Mutton/JD shows a sub-compact pulling it when I looked up the DH1066.
    Exactly why I want the frontiers, four different adjustable angles. I’m thinking if they were adjusted aggressive it might be a challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Exactly why I want the frontiers, four different adjustable angles. I’m thinking if they were adjusted aggressive it might be a challenge.
    I'm thinking same as you. It can be adjusted a little more aggressive cut after each pass. Which should pull easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcabe5 View Post
    I'm thinking same as you. It can be adjusted a little more aggressive cut after each pass. Which should pull easier.
    Are you implying more seat time
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