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.
I used this the first day I received it. Used my Polaris Ranger, 500 cc. Didn't have any problems pulling. The wheels were easy to lower up and down. This piece of equipment was built to last!!!
Didn't even have any problem when I needed to back up.
June 18, 2010
It works but takes time
I bought the smaller unit to work a plot that was about 1 1/2 acres. It did the job but I needed more time than i had planned because it took about three passes to get a good cut into the soil. In areas that were harder packed it took a couple more than that. I think next year it should be an easier job.
I used a Honda 4*4, 420 and it pulled it fine except when we got some rain and had a small uphill grade. I did add about 80pounds to the disc and that helped it dig in but it was too much when it got wet...no surprise.
Dont expect miracles but if you take the time and go slowly you should be able to get the job done.
September 17, 2009
I have used this prouduct behind my artic cat 500 it works great just had to turn over the hitch because my four weeler sits to high. I have made six plots so far and it has worked great for all of them most of them were in land that had never been turned before. I would tell any body that ask me if it was a good buy I would say YES!!!! It is great!!!!
June 3, 2009
Best disc for atv
Bought disc for food plots work perfect.Made two passess over the area is all we needed
busted the ground great with no trouble.We used a 300 atv and it had no trouble at all.Great product.
October 31, 2008
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.
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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