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Breaker Plow by OREGON

$379.00

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If you’re using your tractor to plant a garden or a food plot, try running the Breaker Plow from Oregon® to create planting rows or drainage ditches. Perfect for a compact tractor, allowing you have enough clearance from the ground to your 3-Pt arms at their highest position.

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Description

Oregon® BREAKER PLOW Features

Cut through even-compacted soil with ease to create furrows for root vegetables, raised beds or a perfect drainage ditch with the Oregon® Breaker Plow.

  • 14″ V-blade Plows for single-row plowing
  • High-strength steel construction
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
  • Compatible with tractors up to 35 HP
  • Category 1 3-Pt connection
  • Includes tractor mounting pins
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

BREAKER PLOW Dimensions

  • 31″ width
  • 14″ blade width
  • 11″ blade length
  • 69 lb

Model ORVBPB-1

FAQ’S

Q: Can the blade be replaceable?
A: Yes, there are replacement parts. See manual for details.

Q: Is the depth adjustable?
A: While the unit itself is not adjustable, using the tractor hydraulics you can adjust the depth.

Q: Can this product be used in reverse?
A: No

Q: Is the Breaker V-blade and the Subsoiler blade interchangeable?
A: No.

Q: Can you trench with it?
A: Yes, the Breaker Plow can be used to help establish drainage ditches and other trenching needs.

Q: What is the minimum HP required to use this Breaker Plow?
A: It is recommended that your tractor have a minimum of 18 HP in order to use this product.

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