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Tufline ATVD Series Discs for ATVs

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  • $949.99

  • SKU: 935543

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450CC ATVS+

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The Tufline® ATVD Series Discs are designed to work behind larger 4-wheelers, small garden tractors, and farm utility vehicles. Perfect for game food plot preparation. Adjustable gang cutting angle with 1" square hi-strength gang axles, unique depth control system. 16" notched blades are spaced every 7-1/2". 52" disc has 8 blades. Frame is 2" square tubing. 52" cut.

  • Perfect for game plot preparation
  • Adjustable gang cutting angle
  • 1" square hi-strength gang axles
  • Depth control system
  • 16" notched blades
  • 52" disc has 8 blades
Tufline ATVD Series Discs for ATVs 4.7 5 22 22
ATVD Very hard to use Firstly, this product does do the job, it is the how that I have a real gripe with. The manual is basically an assembly manual. You are not shown how to operate the ATVD at all - well maybe it is so easy you should need one however, to adjust either the depth or angle of the blades is a real mission. The ratchet which moves the wheels up or down is almost impossible to move - I had to eventually take the ratchet off and loosen the bolts to raze the wheels. I still have no idea how you are meant to move the angle of the blades by shifting a 400 pound unit forwards or backwards and then putting in the bolt for the required angle. If I had to buy this product again I would DEFINITELY buy the electric ratchet. I made two foodplots as you can see below, in the MN Iron Range, 20 miles from the nearest town or person. July 29, 2008
It works fine I have the lighter one now for 2 planting seasons, wish I had gone with the heavier one but all I do is put 2 bags of sand on top and bungy them down. If the soil was not so compact and dry the extra weight would not be needed. It does work just fine, good investment for food plots. December 11, 2006
Disc Excellent product-used it several times under BONE DRY conditions and it works like a champ. You can even pull it with a small truck such as a Ranger 4X4. Recommend to all serious hunters looking to create food plots for deer/turkey. June 14, 2007
hunter can use this i've had for about 3years now and i pulled it with a suzuki 300 king quad 1997 model. and it works great.. just keep in mind you need about a 12foot trailer to get around with this tool but if you have one and you are thinking about buying it you won't go wrong with it at all.. March 16, 2006
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2" ball. It is easy to attach and load. I am still using it after 4 years and it still does a great job.
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Ball but I think its a 1 7/8, not a 2.
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we are looking at a TRX foreman 500 fm 4x4 and wanted to know if it had the power to pull the larger disc or if it would be to much strain on the machine
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I use a honda 420 4x4 to pull the lighter disc that I had added about 80#s to. I think it would work on the larger one if its used on dry, flat land. Only time I got in trouble was when it rained, then even a slight incline caused problems.
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I think it would be able to handle it, you just will have to listen to your machine, when it feels like it is getting hot or the overheat button turns on, shut down the machine and pick some rock and let it cool down
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it has 2 wheels in back that you crank up and down when you want to go from storage to food plot. you will not be disappointed with the disk
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It dose have weels when you want to move it from place to place you just have to crank them down with the hand crank on the top.
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I dont thin there is much differenc besides the weight except the larger one use 3inch steel tubing instead of 2inch
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Yes, it will work on UTVs, as long as they have the proper ball hitch.
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