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Wait till you see these PHOTOS!!!

I figured I'd post some pics from our first project with the 9520T. It was a little muddy when we got going this last weekend so we had to call in some reinforcements. The 9630T was just delivered on friday and had 2 hours total on the hour meter. Also at the end of the project we hooked the Cat D7 to the 9630T back to back and the 9630T drug the dozer about 5 feet till they both dug in so bad that they could not pull anymore.Attachment 17065

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Have much trouble maintaining grade on the plow with it being soft?

Tiling can be a miserable job when it is wet and sticky. Been there, done that.

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Never had any trouble maintaining grade at least I never have with a tracked tractor and that day the two machines in front kind of laid out the path for me to go through.

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Glad to hear it. Wasn't sure with the ruts and mud on the tires.

Farm that ground too, or just tiling it?

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We just purchased that farm last fall and we had to wait to tile till this spring cause we did not take official ownership till this winter. On our tile plow they originally come with tires like super singles and they just keep building up with mud thats why we have the big ag tires on there they dont really build up with mud as bad.

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Wow, I had our 65e stuck one time trying to rip wheat stubble that was sopping wet. The ripper held me back.

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The bigger tires will help it float better, too.

My uncle just bought a 85C. Hopefully I can go check it out Sunday.

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Looks like fun, we have a local guy that does tiling with D-8H cats, When he was here in the river bottom he had three D-8H cats and also had to use my D-6H to pull the plow. He wasn't advertising efficiency at that point.
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Not at probably $400/hr.

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Did you shoot the ground to see how many yards per acre there would be to laser grade it on a 1 to 1.5 slope?
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