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Like the sound of that. We have a lot going on let me check with the boss and see if we are tied up that day
I have wanted to try and or enjoy this for a long time. What is the address for this show. Would only need to drive the truck and load up on there. Hmmmmm…..314 or 140 maybe the black sheep 210.
Thanks for the invite Don , Craig
 

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Daggum, I finally got a plow last summer, and the itch that goes along with it. But unfortunately (tractorwise), the wife and I are closing on a new house 4 days before. I’ll probably be prepping the pad for the new shop that day.
 

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have to agree and a lot less agravation !!(found it on E-Bay)
I have never done it but if I am able want to be set up correctly
so pardon my ignorance I have only ever seen it on YouTube. Are the front weights a necessity, a want or need for this? I see some with them ,some without and some with
weights actually hanging on the plow arm.
Rear wheel weights?
 

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have to agree and a lot less agravation !!(found it on E-Bay)
I have never done it but if I am able want to be set up correctly
so pardon my ignorance I have only ever seen it on YouTube. Are the front weights a necessity, a want or need for this? I see some with them ,some without and some with
weights actually hanging on the plow arm.
Rear wheel weights?
Kyle, Rear weights are definitely a necessity. Front weights help with turning while in the furrow, not a necessity. I haven't had any issues with getting the plow sunk in the ground i don't use the weights on the plow.
 
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