Clip the Clutch Level on Your BCS Tractor When Not in Use
An important step you should take whenever you store or stop using your BCS tractor is to clip the clutch lever. The reason for this is simple. The standard double-cone clutch used in most BCS tractors has two cones. One is connected to and powered by the engine. The other is connected to the transmission’s drive […]
When you use the clutch to engage the PTO or choose your gear speed, you may find that sometimes the gears in the transmission do not mesh. This happens when the teeth are in line with each other, and no amount of pressing on the gear shift rod will change that. In order for the […]
Sometimes the question comes up: can the rotary plow or the swivel rotary plow handle rocks? Both of these attachments, because of their design, are able to dig easily into all types of soil, breaking up new sod, loosening hardpan, and even loosening dirt that is filled with rocks. As it digs through the soil, [...]
Why doesn’t my tiller or rotary plow work to greater depths?
The following question from a BCS owner was answered by Larry, BCS General Manager and BCS owner for over 40 years: DEAR BCS: We just can’t get the tiller to go more than a few inches into the ground. When I watch videos on breaking new ground with the Rear-Tine Tiller or Rotary Plow there doesn’t seem to be any […]
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