My property cam with this old disc, but I can't figure out how to hook up to it. Doesn't seem to be for use on a 3 point pto? Any help is appreciated.
That is correct Jhunt703, the discs are drag behind, not lift.
Sorry, I didn't read your reply correctly, if your tractor doesn't have the double drawbar connector, upper and lower so a pin can be dropped through, then you will have to use a bolt and nut to hold to the drawbar, I am having a bit of trouble trying to get a photo across, if you can wait a jiff, it is light enough for me to take a photo of my Kubota drawbar.
I agree disk hitch in photo below should be attached to tractor drawbar. In my youth an offset disk similar to your photo is the 1st implement I utilized with a tractor when learning how to operate a tractor. What size/model tractor do you have? Offset disk angled at maximum can be a load for a smaller frame tractor.
I haven't considered that. It's a good idea. Thanks!Hmmmm...I’m like others in thinking that may be a load for your 30 hp tractor. Maybe if you set it up straight and remove those weights but that’s not best use on that disc....being it came with property though, you may consider selling it and buying a smaller one better suited for your tractor with the proceeds.
they’re pricy if in good working condition.