3-Point Subsoiler, 4" x 1" Shank, Ripper Tooth
A 3-point subsoiler can help you break up hard ground and allow for better water penetration. This subsoiler has a heavy duty steel frame and category 1 hitch pins. The subsoiler comes with a 4 inch long shank that is 1 inch wide. A reversible ripper tooth will allow you to cut through tough compacted soils. The ripping depth is adjustable to fit your needs.Ships via motor freight service.
Subsoiling has a variety of benefits. Use this 3-point subsoiler to help break up hard and dry soils, break through clay layers or lay irrigation pipe. This subsoiler has a 4 inch shank and reversible ripper tooth. Adjusted to fit your needs, the depth of the subsoiler penetration can vary.Specifications
- 3-Point Subsoiler
- Heavy duty steel frame construction
- Category 1 hitch pins
- Shank: 4 in. x 1 in.
- Reversible ripper point
- Replacement ripper point, ASC #78756
- Adjustable subsoiling depth
- The 3-point subsoiler can be paired with a pipe layer to install drainage or irrigation. Use with ASC #73622 3-point pipe layer
At Agri Supply®, we carry a variety of subsoiler points and ripper teeth to meet your subsoiling applications.
SUBSOILER 3 POINT W/ 1" X 4" in Middle Busters & Subsoilers and Farm Machinery & Tractor Implements at Agri Supply ®.Shipping & Return Information
Review Summary (Based on 5 Reviews)
- Overall Rating: 5/5
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I bought this to use in the garden. I used it Saturday to lay off rows. It worked great. It is a very well built tool. It is adjustable so it can be used at different depths and behind different size tractors. It is much better than the King Kutter unit I replaced. As always, the service at ASC is second to none.
I bought this primarily to use with the pipelayer attachment. Before trying the pipelayer I tried the subsoiler on some old privet root balls that had been too large for me to uproot with the grapple rake on my old JD 2130. With the subsoiler I made a few passes at the root balls and was eventually able to pull some of them out. I expect that between my grapple and the subsoiler I will now be able to uproot much larger of the hated privets than with the grapple alone. For this application it would be nice if the subsoiler itself could be moved to one side, so as to get closer to the main root ball, but then that would really be a different tool altogether. I did have less success with the pipelayer attachment.
I have been shopping for sometime for a good subsoiler. I have passed over this one many times until I read a review that said it had shear bolt protection. For me, you can't have a subsoiler without shear bolt protection! Your asking for trouble with a solid welded frame like many of the competitors. I didn't expect the subsoiler to be built as well as it is. The draw pin arm is made out of a solid square tube, not a piece of angle iron. This is hands down the best subsoiler that I have found from any competitor, even the more expensive ones. My Mahindra 2816 handles this attachment well. Highly recommended.
This also works great with middle buster plow model 15424. I imagine it would work with others as well.
Liked that it has sheer bolts. Fits perfit to my ford 2110. Ran it bar deep in red clay that hasn't seen a plow in 30 years.
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