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Model ETOXB-1626
Model ETOXB-1626 heavy duty lift type offset disc harrow includes the following:

(16) - 26" notched discs, 11" disc spacing, 1-5/8" disc axles, disc scrapers, TERRA-RISER Timken double tapered roller bearing assemblies, 7' 6" cutting width, 3,000 pounds

This harrow was designed by Erb & Roberts, Inc. for the Florida Forest Service for use in building and maintaining firelines in the most difficult areas. This heavy duty harrow weighs 3,000 pounds and cuts 7' 6".

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Model ETOXB-1626

The advantages of this lift type harrow are obvious. The ability to work in very tight quarters including easy backing up of the harrow as well as easy loading and transportation make this a very versatile disc harrow and with the weight to do any job. It weighs as much or more than most wheel disc harrows of the same size.

This lift type offset can be built with the following disc spacing and axle sizes:

1-1/4" disc axles - 9" disc spacing - 22" or 24" disc blades:

1-5/8" disc axles - 9" - 9-1/2" - 11" disc spacing -
24" - 26" - 28" disc blades:

The lift type harrows can be built with up to (32) disc blades

All sizes are available as a Tandem disc harrow also.

MADE WITH QUALITY: All the Terra-Riser Disc Harrows utilize the Terra-Riser Timken Roller Bearing Assembly (as shown above). The sleeve allows larger bearings to be utilized as well as protecting the bearing from axle shaft impact damage. The Neoprene seals should last 1000 to 1500 hours. These bearings are able to be checked every 400 to 500 hours for proper adjustments. If end play is detected, remove shims from under bearing cap to eliminate the end play quickly and easily. The Terra-Riser bearing can be lubricated daily with a medium consistency all-purpose grease - it can even be lubricated until the grease is visible, this will cause no damage to the seal.

Timken Roller Bearing Assembly
Timken Roller Bearing Assembly
posted at 10:05:59 on 06/29/07 by Dave - Category: General


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