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Exclamation Will a CIH 9250 pull 70' heavy harrow?

Looking for a newer harrow tractor and come accross a 9250 with new 520 metric rubber, powershift and pto. Does anybody have experience with pulling a 70' heavy harrow with this tractor? A 9250 is only 300 hp and the tractor im replacing is a tired 360 so i want to know if I'll have enough hp to pull through some decent sized hills?
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yeah it should you can open the pump up a little if need be we pull are h harrow with 250 hp at max pressure it pulls it at 9.5mph we dont often run that hard we run it so we can pull it at 12 it seems to do a nice job but some harrows pull harder than others
also depends how straight you run the tines
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It will pull it just fine. That is a nice equipment package. You don't find that for sale often.
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ya i think it will work plus i can put it on my cart in the fall. Im just concerned cause we have never had steigers/cih tractors before. Mark, what tractor/ harrow combination are tou running? I would like to be able to pull the heavy harrow from 8-12mph
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L10 CUMMINNGS in a 876 vers had its hands full with a 72' HH summers, 8650 JD nearly died pulling this same harrow... big old 895 Vers with a new motor @ 370 Hp walks around with this harrow like there is no harrow... you need power if you plan on putting the tines in the ground, no doubt
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keldifornia a 876 is only 280hp. I dunno where yours is at and not starting a pissing match. We have a tired old 935 and its got its ass full with 70' flexicoils. Our 9882 @ 470hp walks with these harrows. I'm trying to get the best of both worls with this tractor and I know i could be sacrificing hp for the powershift and pto which will be a plus on a cart.
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we run a summers 72ft h harrow and have run delgalman also but we find the summers way better harrow but not getting in to that lol

we pull it behind are jcb fastrac

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What kind of harrows? We have 70ft brandts and with our 9380 (400HP) at 10-11MPH and with 3/4 to full agressiveness on the tines the tractor will power out, Those things rake hard.

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we run a summers 72ft h harrow and have run delgalman also but we find the summers way better harrow but not getting it to that
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You said decent hills which I think means you are gonna be disappointed. But you will have the powershift so you can shift down. Would have been a lot better if Steiger put the big block in those.
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