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I own a different brand mower. What is the length of the front and back gaurds. I'd like to see if they would fit mine
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I own a different brand mower. What is the length of the front and back gaurds. I'd like to see if they would fit mine
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Howse Spike-Tooth Harrow - 3-Point, 7ft. Length, Model# STH84-R

Item# 2501981
Constructed of heavy-duty 3in. channel and 2in. x 2in. angle iron for long-lasting durability. Cultivates soil with 9in. x 3/4in. square spikes. U.S.A. Blade Type Spike tooth, Category Type 1, Hitch Type 3-pt., Product Type Harrows, Working Width in. 84.
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Questions & Answers for Howse Spike-Tooth Harrow - 3-Point, 7ft. Length, Model# STH84-R

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are the spiked teeth adjustable and lenght and size

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The spiked teeth are not adjustable, and they are 9" x 3/4" square spikes.
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Can weight be added for harder soil?

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Weight could be added but depth is meant to be controlled by the three point hitch.
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Can the spikes be replaced if one breaks?

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Yes, the spikes can be replaced. For pricing and availability please contact our parts department at 1-800-222-5381, option #3.
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will the 84 inch howse spike harrow fit the quick hitches you sell? What is th distance between 3-point lower pins?

mainly concerned with 84 inch model
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This Howse Spike-Tooth Harrow will work with the Category 1 hitch. The distance between the 3-point lower pins are 29-1/4”, measuring from the inside to inside of pin.
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three point pin measurement

want to know distance between top of c channel to three point pins
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There are 7 inches from the top of the C channel to the three point pins.
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