Hi. I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments, and we're here today with the King Kutter brand of disc harrows.
This is their professional series. It's a fully box frame disc harrow, so it does have a lot of adjustment, and you've got four different holes where you're going to change the pitch of your disc. And that's going to control how much pull that it's going to make on your tractor, and how well it pulls the dirt up.
The more you change the angle, the more aggressive it is on the dirt. This is an all-notch disc, front and back. And in our hard red clay, to break up the clods, notched is the best, front and back. If you live in a semi-sandy area, you may want to put the smooth disc on the back. You can put the smooth disc on all four.
If you're going to put the smooth disc on all four, you would want to be in a really sandy area where you don't need it to break up the clods. And then it's still going to do what a disc harrow does, which is blend the soil, take your crop in that you had previously, and blend it in so it'll be rotting for the next year.
This has got all self-aligning sealed bearings in it, with one inch high carbon axles. It is Quick-Hitch friendly, for the regular Quick-Hitch or the I-Match John Deere Hitch. It has a clevis hitch designed for your draw bars, instead of just the bolted in pin. This gives it a lot more strength, and makes it easier to hook up.
This disc, the way they're rated, when this is called a 2420, that means that you have 24 discs. That's four different sets of gangs of six, and they're 20 inches high. That's how they're measured, and they have a lot of different ways of combinations that are available. All of the gangs are mounted on U-bolts, where you can also adjust them to really fine tune in your disc if you want to.
Everything Attachments will be happy to help to make your purchase right for the discs that you need for the size of the tractor you have and the type of ground you have. You can just simply give Rick or Ted a call here; we'll help you out. Make all of your purchases online at Everything Attachments, and we'll be here to help you.