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Landoll Soilmaster Horsepower Requirement

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    Posted: 23 Nov 2017 at 9:22pm
Anybody on here ever used a 5-7 shank Landoll Weatherproofer or Soil Master?
How much horsepower do they need to be pulled?
I'm thinking about buying a 5 shank Landoll soil master for my AC 7060.
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You could pull that with a 7000,,,,,,,,,,,,, You would probably pull at least 9 Shanks with a 7060.............. I pulled a 13 shank with my 7060,,,,,,,,, bu t it was not stock horse by any means............... After an overhaul it dynoed 191 horsepower,,,,,,,,,, and after I broke it in my AC maniac,,,,,,,,, uhmmm,, mechanic turned it up in the field to maybe 250 horse. 
But I had all four 20.8X 38 tires full of fluid to tie it down..............
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Pulled a 4 shank(I think) 10ft Weather Proofer with my 220(170hp) many yrs ago.Thought it was a good fit.Gonna depend on how deep you pull it. Discs were almost axle deep and shanks were in deep as 12in Cresent wrench on end.
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