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I can't see any harm in running over the newly broken seam. While it may pack the top surface it would take much more weight to compact it all the way down. So no worry in my opinion. Doing so puts you about 3' on center, should be about right.

I used to subsoil about 24" deep in Mississippi with a 3020, that was an anchor. I have a subsoil similar to yours now but our area is sandy enough not to need it in NM.
 

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I agree with Steve, I wouldn't worry about driving back over it. But I would think a double wide unit would save a lot of time.

A good two point subsoiler in hard ground is more than a 4520 can handle in my estimation. You might pull two points 12" deep, but a single larger point running deeper would be a real load.

I would suggest something along the lines of a parabolic ripper point instead of a straight shank. If I needed a subsoiler thats what I would do.
 
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