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The Tufline® Bio Series Flip Disc is an economical accessory for use with ATVs, small garden tractors and off-road farm/sport utility vehicles. Ideal for wildlife food plot preparation and ground breaking for gardens. Connects with a pull-pin hitch attachment. Features a 7-1/2" blade spacing of 8 notched 16" cutting blades in a 52" cutting width, a formed tube steel main frame with a cargo tray, and greasable cast-iron bearings. Plus: heavy fixed gang hangers, 1" square gang axles and a cargo tray for added weight. Weight: 245 lbs.
Connects with pull-pin hitch attachment
7-1/2" blade spacing of 8 notched, 16" cutting blades
Tufline® Bio Series Flip Disc for ATVs - Model BIO7816F
we bought one of these 4 years ago and we love it. it works great and we turn everything from hard georgia red clay to sandy soil. you just have to make sure you keep the disc greased well.
June 29, 2010
Good For The Money
This product does an excellent job turning up the dirt. It works great on large food plots but, it is difficult to use on smaller plots. It requires alot of flipping the disc over, and it gets a little tiresome after a while. I wish I would have spent a couple hundred more dollars, and got the one with the ratchet lift. Overall, it is worth the money.
September 2, 2007
plows well, doesnt roll well
the scalloped blades cut through even very hard soil with minimum effort as long as you use some weight added on the platform. i use heavy dumbbells ratchet strapped to the platform. the biggest problem with the disc is the tires are held on with bolts and lock nuts instead of a solid axle which means it has better ground clearance dragging it through the woods but it also means that one tire ends up tightening up so tight it doesnt turn and the other loosens up until the tire falls off or rubs on the frame. I cured the problem by taking the nuts off and drilling holes through the bolts and putting cotter pins through them.
August 26, 2007
Go slow and have fun
The slower i went the better it worked. At first I put extra weight on the disc but didn't need it. It was easier with the Mule than the 300 ATV. I put in 3 Plots in one afternoon at the deer lease. I also used it to smooth out our sandy dirt road.
June 14, 2007
Im looking for something to use to tear up my back field. It hasnt been touched for over 8 years now and in those eight years its done nothing but been used for hay. So the ground is very hard. I borrowed a pull behind tiller from a neighbor but it wasnt able to do the job. It would get bogged down and shut off after every 15ft. even on the lowest setting. If anyone has a video or pictures of this thing in action i would love to see them.
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