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How well does this work on rocky ground? Can I turn up rocks with it or will the tines break?
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Can someone verify that this will NOT work on BX series Kubotas?
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HawkLine by Behlen Country Subsoiler - Category 1, Model# SS

Item# 18740
This HawkLine by Behlen Country Category 1 Subsoiler is designed to break up hard, compacted soil with a single pass. U.S.A. Hitch Type 3-pt., Max. HP 50, Product Type Subsoilers, Blade Type 1, Category Type 1, Required HP 20, Working Depth in. 22, Working Width in. 2 1/2. Premium powder-coat finish 3-Pt. Category 1 hitch, includes pins
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Questions & Answers for HawkLine by Behlen Country Subsoiler - Category 1, Model# SS

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What is the thickness and width of the vertical shank?

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The shank is 12" long and 2" wide. The manufacturer did not have the thickness.
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Does this model have a sheer pin?

Because it digs so much deeper than the other model you advertise, I would think it needs the protection offered by a sheer pin in the event of hitting a rock or root.
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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HEARN
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The Behlen Subsoiler does not include a shear pin on the foot.
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What is the measurement from the angle iron crossbrace to the point of the sub soiler?

My concern is that my 3 pt. hitch arms will only go so low, maybe 8" from the ground. So to get a 22" working depth I would need this unit to measure 30" from the cross brace (where the pins are bolted) to the bottom point.
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The measurement from the angle iron cross brace to the point of the subsoiler is 21 3/8".
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Is the foot replacable?

asked 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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CowboyDoc
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Yes, on the manual there is a part number listed for the "foot". It is called the shank. It would be available directly through the manufacturer.
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