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  • May 2, 2022

    Why is my plough riding high on one side?

    If your plough's ripping depth is uneven, it may be due to uneven blade wear. The blades on your Agrowplow deep ripper are designed to dig into the soil to allow reach into solid and shatter hardpan at the correct depth. If...

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  • May 2, 2022

    How to purge air from the #9 Hydraulic Shank Assembly

    Prevent premature wear and ensure correct shank breakout by purging air from your hydraulic system Plough hydraulic systems require consistent hydraulic pressure to ensure the shanks break out at the correct pressure. Air can be introduced into the system through...

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  • May 2, 2022

    Agrowplow wheel nut torque chart

    Wheel nut torque should be checked as part of pre-start checks to minimise downtime and faults Use the following charts to ensure the wheel nuts on Agroplow deep rippers are torqued correctly. Agrowplow does not warrant faults relating to wheel...

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  • May 2, 2022

    How to secure the #8 blade to the shank

    Use the correct tools and techniques to prevent your blades from coming loose and being damaged The #8 Shank Assembly is a rugged and dependable tool for deep ripping. However, if the blades are not secured properly they will come...

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  • May 2, 2022

    Plough pre-season maintenance checklist

    Use the following checklist to ensure rippers are ready for use and to minimise downtime This article provides some basic information on pre-season and daily checks needed to keep deep rippers in optimal working conditions. The information assumes the plough...

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