With lower link sensing and using the slotted hole on the plough it doesn't make a lot of odds what hole it goes in on the tractor, from a draft / geometry in work point of view....so yeah put it in the bottom one if you need to ...to get the tail of the plough up so as not to bash the depth wheel As it turns over.Pre hydraulic top link tractors.Was it right to use the bottom hole on the tractor when affixing a plough ?
On my dp7 I've got the 'swing sideways' type depth wheel so it doesn't matter if it hits the ground as it goes around.... best depth wheel design ever made on a plough ir.
On me dp 8's I made a a slotted top link especially for the job so I could run it at a steep angle ie usei g the top hole on the plough (no the slotted one which is middle) and the bottom hole on the tractor which kept the depth wheel well up in the air on turnover because the type of wheel on them is easy broke with a dap...
The reason I stopped using a hy. Top link is because I didn't think it responded quick enough in float as the slotted hole does if you see what I mean ....dp 8 is a lightweight / draft plough even me 5f
How to you turn this flipping predictive text off ?