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Old 07-31-2017, 04:07 PM
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Has anyone used an ATV disc like the GroundHog Max ATV/UTV Disc Plow?? What was/is your opinion?
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Old 07-31-2017, 05:04 PM
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I've got a set. They work fine on ground that is soft and/or broken up before. Hard pan is tougher. You really need a liquid cooled 4 wheeler, it's rough on an air cooled machine. I'm not even sure where mine are.

Great for long plots, not so good on smaller areas. The faster the better
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Old 07-31-2017, 05:27 PM
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I've got a set. They work fine on ground that is soft and/or broken up before. Hard pan is tougher. You really need a liquid cooled 4 wheeler, it's rough on an air cooled machine. I'm not even sure where mine are.

Great for long plots, not so good on smaller areas. The faster the better
I've got a Rhino 660 and a Grizzly 660, both water cooled
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Either would work fine
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Rent or borrow a tractor. Who the eff want to plow 18" at a time
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The only one worth a damn is the King Kutter Frankie. TSC usually has 'em. Still only work on soft or already broken land and like JB said, you're doin it 2 feet at a time. I had one for a long time and finally just bought a tractor.
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The only one worth a damn is the King Kutter Frankie. TSC usually has 'em. Still only work on soft or already broken land and like JB said, you're doin it 2 feet at a time. I had one for a long time and finally just bought a tractor.
Good to see ya around Woody. Hope everything is going great in your world
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The only one worth a damn is the King Kutter Frankie. TSC usually has 'em. Still only work on soft or already broken land and like JB said, you're doin it 2 feet at a time. I had one for a long time and finally just bought a tractor.
Good to see you man
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Good to see ya around Woody. Hope everything is going great in your world
You too brother. Hate to hear about the job even though it sounds like a relief. I told our IT department to let me know if anything pops up here.
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Preciate it Ryan. Hope you been well brother.
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3 months old already brother. And that may have been the best defense argument ever presented in a court of law.
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:25 PM
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You too brother. Hate to hear about the job even though it sounds like a relief. I told our IT department to let me know if anything pops up here.
Thanks bud
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I have a King Cutter. With a concrete slab strapped on the back it will cut up some dirt
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