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Disc-O-Ridge Leveler Ends Coulter Clogging
Problems with dirt clogging the outside coulters of his offset disc's rear gangs prompted Jerry Pope, Loyal, Oki., to design his new "Disc-0-Ridge Leveler".
"Clogging problems are caused by the ridge left by the front gang's outside coulters when discing tilled ground," explains Pope. "This ridge, when left intact, plugs the outside coulters on the back gangs. Besides the downtime to unplug the dirt, the soil buildup causes extra bearing wear."
The leveler bolts onto the backside of the front gang of most makes of offset and tandem discs, and can be removed for discing trashy fields. It features a "V" shaped blade, with a 28 in. spread, which flattens the ridge. The blade, with adjustable height and pitch, is mounted on a spring-loaded arm to trip over rocks.
The Disc-O-Ridge Leveler sells for $275.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Jerry Pope, Big Red Mfg., Inc., Rt. 1, Box 37, Loyal, Okl., 73756 (ph 405 729-4463).

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1984 - Volume #8, Issue #5