Hi, I'm Ted from Everything Attachments and we're today with our small deluxe xtreme duty Everything Attachments disc harrow. This is a category one hitch. Even though it's a fairly small disc harrow we build all of the deluxe features in it that our bigger disc harrows have. We also have angle-iron framed disc harrows for the really small tractors. This can come with 16 discs, which would be four on each gang of four, or twenty discs, which is five. Right now we have 18 inch discs on them. We could put 16 inches on it, and we'll offer that for sale. Most of them we think will be sold with 18s. We're also going to offer them with 20 inch heights diameter discs.
On this small model, which is the small deluxe frame, it has one 3/4 inch U-bolt on each hanger and if you'll notice [inaudible: 00:01:16] that's formed and built, there are all sealed ball bearing discs. This is quick attach ready. We've even put the bushing in here for you bolted in.
We've spaced this out and lowered it for the mid-size compact tractors to keep the blades out of the tires, just to make it a better safer, a better working design. Most of the discs like this I've seen the pins are up so high that the midsize tractors they barely pick them up and when they try to go through the field or whatever they're dragging them, so we've lowered the hitch quite a bit so you'll be able to pick it up completely and there will be no problems setting it down of course.
Now for a smaller disc, they could be as small as 16 discs. We've added these cranks where you can simply adjust your angle instead of really struggling trying to get the pin out of this main frame here. Turn this to the side Peanut.
So a couple of things we've done; what's normally done, there are two main types of discs. It's either an angle iron disc or it's a tube frame disc, or a box frame. And most people just cut the box, put two flaps on it, run the outer tubes through there and what we've done is everything to do with the frame or carriage that holds the gangs we've put below the main frame. So the main frame is solid; it's a rectangle, it's all welded. We've made these areas here drop down where we can make them, because if you run a flat piece across the top, then the opening has to be, because this is changing angles and it's three inches wide. You have to leave the opening really wide so it can get to its full 21 degrees.
When you do it through a thin piece of metal and make a really tight fit, then it doesn't have the tendency where you can make it really tight here, make it really tight here, and it doesn't what you call pigeon toe. Because once a disc starts twisting and starts pigeon toeing, then it's pretty much finished and you're going to need to do some major repairs.
So we've come up with what we think is the best design to build to hook to your tractor, is the easiest to adjust, and just the best all around. We're using as high quality components as we can get. We're making everything that's yellow, especially the hangers. We've got a really neat design. Everything is made in house, and everything attachments.
The way this adjusts, and I wish you could see it better. We'll take a picture and put in into the video. But basically it has a screw jack here on top of the trunnion where it hooks to both. Now if you've ever gotten a disc and you've had to have a hammer to beat it back and forth, we've got this all spaced with our laser where everything--nothing is tight onto the main three by three tube there. You're not going to have to have a wrench to loosen it up, so you can tighten it. You're 'not going to need a hammer and a chisel to adjust your angle; you simply crank what angle you want to into it. So you can do from zero degrees to twenty-one degrees simply by turning the crank on each end. Bring it around to the back and we'll show them the back.
She may even get a better idea from the back of how we've formed these pieces; that's what's made that width there--3/4 inch u-bolts making it strong. Our heavier disc, which goes up to 24 gangs and up to 22 inch discs, it does have double u-bolts. They both have the cranks on them here where you can adjust your angle. And just everything about this is precision made; it's all cut on a laser and this is the way we're going to be making them in the future. We're just now getting these on our website. We've got four different models built and designed. We're getting ready to go to the Moultrie Show this week in Georgia. And then we'll be back to get back to work.
But this is the best disc harrow on the market for this size. It comes in about 50 plus different combinations, because we do also have the round smooth disc or the notched disc, 16, 18, or 20-inches. Then if you want 16 of them or you want 20 of them, you can pretty much get this your way. We're going to have them all priced and there are going to be a lot of different options, but you're going to get what you want.