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Took little red out today and did a little harrowing. The harrows are the last style quickhitch harrows IH made they were made when the 140's were in production.







I know working these little tractors was a little slow but I still think they did a pretty good job.

 

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Just as well you didn't have much cut on what we call discs, the little tractor would have been scratching to pull them.
 

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Good pics of that country side . Ground looking good.
 

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Nice job turning that soil!
Great pictures! That disc is perfect for the tractor.
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Chris
 

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Interesting statement wearing a green shirt while on a red tractor. Little Red doesn't seem to mind though :!: ;) :lol:
 

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Does a nice job. Looks like you don't even need weight on it. I quess my ground is a lot harder than yours.
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Based on the look of the ground I'm guessing the little tractor was working reasonably hard. Looked good.
 

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Kirk-NJ said:
Does a nice job. Looks like you don't even need weight on it. I quess my ground is a lot harder than yours.
Kirk
Thanks Kirk. They cut pretty good this style is a lot heavier than the earlier style, in fact almost to heavy its all they want to pick them up.

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Based on the look of the ground I'm guessing the little tractor was working reasonably hard. Looked good.
They will make the governor work some for sure but will pull them in second gear right along in most ground.
 

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That's decent.
 
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