Front/Rear Leveling - Front to rear leveling is accomplished quickly and easily with adjustable pusharms connected to the rockshaft.
Quick Wing Levelers - To ensure accurate depth is achieved, the levelness of the toolbar is crucial. A single person can level the wing sections side to side by extending or contracting these quick wing levelers.
Flex-Wing Hinges - A flex-wing hinge system gives the fore/aft travel needed to follow the ground and reduce torsional stress without any maintenance required. The fixed hinge on the second row of each section provides weight transfer from frame to frame to ensure proper depth penetration from each section.
In-Frame Casters - Front caster wheels are placed inside the first row of the drill’s frame. This enables the air drill to follow uneven ground very accurately because it shortens the contour depth. Large 11L and 12.5L tires are standard in order to offer maximum flotation.
Under Frame Clearance - 35" (889 mm) of opener to frame clearance allows trash to flow through the drill with ease. 46" (1.2 m) of clearance is achieved when the drill is lifted completely.
Frame - A fully welded 5-row frame design ensures no two shanks are placed closely on the same row, or front to back, leaving smooth field finish.
Automatic Transport Lock - In transport, both front casters and rear transport wheels are automatically locked with over-center, mechanical linkages. Hydraulic pressure unlocks the drill from the transport position.
Lock-Out Valves - Lock-out valves can be engaged during transport to prevent the wings from unfolding, even if the operator accidently moves the hydraulic levers.
Packer Choices - Semi-pneumatic rubber will flex and shed wet, sticky soil. Steel packers, with industry leading 1/4" (6 mm) face, are better suited to rocky conditions.
Quick Wing Levelers
Automatic Transport Lock