Which 5 furrow plough?

stablegirl

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Location
North
After all this I bought a 2016 Lemken Variopal, auto reset, hydraulic autoreset, and front furrow and depth wheel.

Other than the ridiculous amount of hydraulic pipes on it I'm pleased so far, had a first go yesterday and got on well.

Easier doing headlands with the depth wheel along the beam.
 

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daveydiesel1

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Co antrim
After all this I bought a 2016 Lemken Variopal, auto reset, hydraulic autoreset, and front furrow and depth wheel.

Other than the ridiculous amount of hydraulic pipes on it I'm pleased so far, had a first go yesterday and got on well.

Easier doing headlands with the depth wheel along the beam.
The beam position of the wheel is better but on hills tryin to plough the soil up across the back wheel works better but no doubt for the headlands its only in the way
 

David.

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Mixed Farmer
Location
J11 M40
After all this I bought a 2016 Lemken Variopal, auto reset, hydraulic autoreset, and front furrow and depth wheel.

Other than the ridiculous amount of hydraulic pipes on it I'm pleased so far, had a first go yesterday and got on well.

Easier doing headlands with the depth wheel along the beam.
Well it's making it brown:).
 

Massey 6470

Member
Location
Co Antrim
Can't see me stretching to new.

I was looking for an 85, my first 4 furrow was an 85 and my current 5 furrow is a 95 and it feels a bit long and numb, especially on the road.

I was looking for a full variwidth as I quite like using it when near the hedge or to straighten it up but your putting me off it!
Auto steer Will keep it straight and works out perfect at the hedge
 

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