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#1 dropped82 ONLINE  

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Posted September 01, 2013 - 11:44 PM

I got these a few weeks ago. Gentleman had them about 20 minutes from me. A Brinly plow, cultivator, sears disc, and back blade. They all had been worked on to fit his JD 445 3 point. Fortunately he only welded a top link bar and left the sleeve yoke intact. Easy fix there. As for the disc and back blade, I'm wanting to convert and add a sleeve yoke. I also have a 46" blade in the shed to replace that small blade currently on it. Couple holes drilled and a yoke welded on and I have a nice back blade. As for the discs, anyone think a sleeve hitch could lift doubles? I have another set of Sears discs I'm wanting to attach. I figured with the Sears being a little smaller it may work. Any thoughts? Anyone tried this setup?
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Posted September 02, 2013 - 06:13 AM

Nice set of implements! Forgive me, but which tractor w/sleeve hitch are you wanting to use these on? I would think a tandem disk might be a bit much for a sleeve hitch as you would have a lot of weight hanging off it way back there. I have that back blade in the sleeve hitch version. It's a heavy sucker.


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Posted September 02, 2013 - 08:01 AM

Lucky you!  :thumbs:   Rick


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Posted September 02, 2013 - 08:45 AM

They would be on the back of my 442. I have some front weight for it to help keep the front down. I don't think the hydraulics will have a problem lifting them.

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Posted September 02, 2013 - 05:05 PM

Nice set of implements. They will be fun to use!


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Posted September 03, 2013 - 09:08 AM

Man, I am sooo wanting a Sears back blade. You lucky dog, nice set of implements.


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Posted October 01, 2013 - 04:34 PM

That is a great haul. All in one place and that close is a big plus.

 

If it helps any, this disc on my 446 with weight added to make it about 350 lbs total was a strain to pick up.

 

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Posted October 01, 2013 - 06:04 PM

With a hydraulic lift, and depending on what tractor you have, you might be able to lift a tandem disk setup.  I danged sure wouldn't want to try lifting them with the 'armstrong" lift  :D :D :D

 

However, the Brinly manual says NOT to do it.  They say that are not designed to be lifted.


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