No problem get them, Mike Roche does them.
Just the back disc, ploughed a scruffy ley in the backend with it and it was surprising just how well it buried the trash. Can’t say the window was open all evening but a lot of it, as said earlier in the thread there’s something about the smell of the clayBack window open & no discs, proves it can be done...
I went to the bother of making one on the lathe expecting them to be a ridiculous price. Turns our they’re quite cheap, think around €30 for stub and bearing kit complete.
No more than any other year but it’s all ley and the last time it was ploughed was with horses and a single furrow plough. Don’t know why the plate at the front broke I think it might be from last year the combi wheel used to catch the ground a bit and it could have damaged it. Also there was only one spacer on one side of the ram which might not have helped. The housing for bar and pin was the victim of a huge stone, the disc today was also a victim of a massive stoneAre you doing a lot more ploughing than usual this year or why all the breakdowns you never saw before?