Do you know this ridger?

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    plonker
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    Just like to know if anyone recognizes this ridger? it is clamped to a depth leg, I have seen this before but I cant think where! It must be in an illustration but minds a Blank! It does not fit any machine in my collection, so, any ideas?

    #37267

    ted20
    Participant

    picture would help

    #37270

    charlie
    Keymaster

    Photo file is too large and needs compressing see topic in Help and Information section of forum

    #37277

    plonker
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    Heres Hoping this works

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    charlie
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    That ridger is for a Monrotiller series 2 and 3 machines. See extract from owners manual below.

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    #37281

    john-e-w
    Participant

    Does the Monroetiller have sufficient power to drag this through the soil? I guess it depends on soil type – it might struggle in my clay based soil.

    John E-W

    #37282

    plonker
    Participant

    Thanks for your help, I knew I had seen it before, Just couldnt think where! I got it from my first car Boot sale this year last Sunday, I picked up a very nice copper faced hammer, and the chap offered me the ridger for £10.00 then £5.00 then £3.00 finally giving it to me for Free! Si it,s a bargain if ever I get a Monroetiller!

    #37283

    charlie
    Keymaster

    John the furrower does not add too much additional load as the soil it moves is loose having been broken up by the miller.

    #37297

    charlie
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    plonker I have sent you a private message.

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