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    Triple K

    Does anyone know how much horse it takes to pull an 18' triple k tool?

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    Wild guess, 35 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckFarmer55 View Post
    Does anyone know how much horse it takes to pull an 18' triple k tool?
    Well depending on the sweep on the tines I figure a 10 horse team should do it... But I'd prefer to use a tractor
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    I was waiting for that. Haha.
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    What are the benefits of this tool over a set of c tine harrows?
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    I would guess a 80-100 horse tractor would drag it around
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    I have no clue on differences. I'm guessing here, the s tines and rolling baskets maybe do better at mulching up residue and finishing the ground
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    Keep hooking horses to it until you have tillage !

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