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Taylor Pittsburgh’s FLIP OVER DISC is designed for the toughest applications. It features a full 3" square tube frame that can be weighted, with 1" square axles, 16" notched blades and maintenance free sealed bearings. A full 4-foot cutting width with 20 degrees cutting angle and an adjustable height tongue for various sizes of 4-wheelers or small tractors. It also has a rear receiver hitch (ball hitch not included) so you can pull an ATV seeder or drag harrow for maximum efficiency.VIEW DETAILS
Taylor Pittsburgh’s CULTIPACKER is great for getting those seeds into the soil, whether it is in your yard, pasture or food plots. The Cultipacker can be pulled with an ATV or a compact tractor with a ball hitch. It is easy to flip over from tires for transport to packer wheels for working the soil.VIEW DETAILS
Taylor Pittsburgh’s 233-14-10-CD COMPACT DISC is perfect for use in wildlife food plots, small gardens, row cultivation, and yard prep work. It features a square tube frame, 1" high carbon steel axles, maintenance free sealed bearings, 14" notched disc blades, and a unique pull tongue design that allows down pressure to be applied without the need of additional weight. The wheeled design is engineered for smooth transition from off-road transport to working position.
Taylor Pittsburgh’s 233-14-14-CD COMPACT DISC features a strong square tube frame, 1" square axles, sealed bearings, and notched disc blades. The swing up axle design is engineered to make the transition from transport to working mode easily. With a 48" working width, the 233-14-14CD is great for wildlife plots and smaller patches of ground.
Taylor Pittsburgh’s DRAG HARROWS are the ideal tool for pasture renovation and maintenance. The Drag Harrows spread and incorporate manure, thatch dead growth, aerate soil, increase moisture penetration, and renovate pastures by preparing soil for seeding while stimulating existing growth. Taylor Pittsburgh’s Drag Harrows are a must for the progressive farmer, rancher, horse owner, landscaper or grounds keeper