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Overview

  • Positive depth control features and options
  • Choice of ground-engaging openers
  • Longer machine life with flexible frame
  • Remote height sensors

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Features

Positive depth control features and options

    Setting depth is one of the most critical adjustments an operator will make to a seeding tool. John Deere understands every operator needs dependable, repeatable depth control that's easily adjustable. Not every producer agrees on how to make it. That is why John Deere provides a choice of two depth control options on the 1830 and 1835.

    Mechanical depth shims are repeatable and reliable
    Adjusting mechanical depth shimsAdjusting mechanical depth shims

    Often-heard are comments from producers who say they prefer the positive mechanical depth control offered by the 1820. This popular concept is base equipment on the 1830 and 1835 air hoe drills. 

     

    Two indexed depth shim packs on the mainframe are not only easy to set, but reduce the number of adjustment sites over previous designs by up to 60 percent.

    Less time adjusting means more time seeding.

     

    TouchSet™ depth control

    Changing field conditions such as moisture levels and soil types can make setting depth a challenge.  TouchSet depth control makes adjusting depth in response to changing field conditions easy and profitable. On 8R and 9R Series tractors, the operator uses selective control valve (SCV) #1 and the SCV TouchSet control panel to perform all the depth control functions from the seat. Considering yield penalties of 5 percent due to seeding 2.5 cm (1 in.) too deep or too shallow, the convenience of in-cab adjustment pays nicely.

     

    NOTE: Repeatability is +/- 6 mm (0.25 in.) to preset depth. If your seeding operation requires accuracy greater than +/- 6 mm (0.25 in.), the use of shim packs is recommended.

    Remote position sensorRemote position sensor
    Electrical connectorElectrical connector

    A remote position sensor (1) is located at the rear of the drill; electronically monitors the positions of the implement.

     

    An electrical connector is used for easy hookup of TouchSet depth control sensor on the implement to the tractor system (8R Tractor illustrated).

     

    NOTES:

    1. For use with all 8R and 9R (or older models) Series John Deere tractors.
    2. TouchSet depth control requires additional tractor parts for hookup; see appropriate tractor section in this Sales Manual.

       

    1830

    Code

    Bundle

    Description

    2500

      

    Positive mechanical depth control

    2505

     

    TouchSet depth control plus positive mechanical depth control

     

    1835

    Code

    Bundle

    Description

    2510

     

    Positive mechanical depth control with active hydraulic down-pressure system for separate fertilizer placement (SFP)

    2515

     

    TouchSet depth control and positive mechanical depth control with active hydraulic down-pressure system for SFP

     

    Control armControl arm
    CommandCenter™CommandCenter™

    How does it work? The operator uses the TouchSet (SCV setup panel) to set or change the operator depth.

    • With the implement nine-pin connector connected to the tractor, start the tractor; a P will appear in the window of the control panel under SCV #1.
    • The remote sensor located on the rockshaft monitors position of the implement.
    • After operating depth is measured at the ground engaging tool and the desired depth obtained, press the lower set button on the control panel. That depth is now set.
    • On-the-go depth changes can be made by touching the set button to select a new depth.
    • Implement raise height selection uses the upper set button on the control panel to preset the distance the implement is raised above the operating depth.

    Preset the raise height to:

    • Take out wheel tracks on headlands
    • Limit raise height for waterway crossings
    • Manual depth override capacity
Reduce transport height

    Transporting large machines on public roads can be a little stressful. Passing motorists, mailboxes, overhead lines, and trees can all contribute to potential hazards. 

    With so much to focus on, the 1830 Air Hoe Drill operator should not have to worry about openers engaging the pavement when lowering a machine to clear an overhead obstacle. 

    With the optional transport height reduction feature, the operator does not need to worry. This handy feature can also serve to set the height for storage inside.

    How it works
    Transport height reduction assemblyTransport height reduction assembly

    Simply setting the pin in the appropriate hole will stop the machine from lowering when the openers are a safe distance above the pavement. 

    The operator can focus on the overhead obstacle and other hazards such as passing motorists near the machine. This can prevent a potentially damaging encounter with the road surface or even an accident.

Focused on proper air hose routing
    Primary hose routing
    Clamps secure primary air hoseClamps secure primary air hose

    Considerable attention has been given to routing primary seed and fertilizer hose. Reducing sharp bends and eliminating rub points serve to increase hose life and reduce the chance of downtime and skips resulting from holes in the hose. 

     

    Additionally, improved clamping and securing methods have been developed specifically for the 1830 and 1835 to maintain hose routing and reduce hose wear.

     

    Hoses are routed at the factory. To expedite dealer setup and ensure proper primary air hose positioning, the 1830 and 1835 incorporate quick couplers at wing and mainframe section joints.

    Secondary hose routing
    Clamps secure secondary air hoseClamps secure secondary air hose

    Consistent seed and fertilizer delivery to the opener depends on proper secondary air hose routing. John Deere has adopted innovative clamping methods to ensure hoses maintain their shape and stay clear of frame components that could potentially cause premature wear.

Choice of ground-engaging openers
    Knife bodies and points
    Knife bodyKnife body
    Knife body with 10 cm (4 in.) pointKnife body with 10 cm (4 in.) point

    Many producers enjoy the moisture-saving benefits of low-disturbance seeding. To make it easier for them to reap the rewards of low-disturbance seeding, factory-installed knife bodies are available for 1830 and 1835 Drills.

    The knife bodies are available in 2.5 cm (1 in.) or 10 cm (4 in.) spread points. 

    Use the 2.5-cm (1-in.) point for low disturbance or, if a wider spread pattern is desired to increase seedbed utilization, use the 10-cm (4-in.) point. The points can be quickly changed with a single roll-pin fastening system and feature carbide tips to ensure long life. 

    The knife bodies also feature a positive hose retention system with provisions for a hose clamp to hold the hose in place.

    These knife bodies may not perform as designed in wet, sticky soil conditions.

    NOTE: Points and roll pins are not included. Points and roll pins are available through Service Parts.

    Perma-Loc™ spoons and sweeps

    Perma-Loc spoons and sweeps from John Deere offer reduced maintenance and cost savings. How? The Perma-Loc design enables a change out up to five times faster than traditional bolt-on components.

     

    What about opportunities to save cash? With Perma-Loc spoons and sweeps, there's no more purchasing hardware each time spoons are changed out. This can save $309 USD list price when changing out the spoons on a 18.60-m (60-ft) tool with 19-cm (7.5-in.) spacing. 

     

    Save time and money and seed smart with John Deere Perma-Loc spoons or sweeps.

    10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon
    10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon

    Shown is the 10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon; 7.5-cm (3-in.) spoons are also available. 

    Spoons are not included in base price and must be ordered separately. 

    Below is the seedbed profile that can be expected if using a 10-cm (4-in.) spoon in conventional tillage with the 1835 Separate Fertilizer Placement (SFP). 

    10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon10-cm (4-in.) Perma-Loc spoon
    #
    1. Tilled soil
    2. Disturbed soil packed over seed row
    3. 25.4 cm (10 in.)
    4. Separate fertilizer placement nitrogen
    5. 10 cm (4 in.)
    6. 50.8 cm (20 in.)
    7. Seed
    8. Seed-placed phosphorus
    30-cm (12-in.) Perma-Loc sweep and boot30-cm (12-in.) Perma-Loc sweep and boot
    Seedbed profile - 1830 and 30-cm (12-in.) Perma-Loc sweepsSeedbed profile - 1830 and 30-cm (12-in.) Perma-Loc sweeps
    1. Disturbed soil packed over seed row with 14-cm (5.5-in.) semi-pneumatic packer
    2. 25.4 cm (10 in.)
    3. Tilled soil
    4. Seed-placed phosphorus
    5. Seed-placed nitrogen
    6. Seed
    7. 17.8 cm (7 in.)
    8. Seed floor created by sweep
    Perma-Loc removal tool
    Perma-Loc removal toolPerma-Loc removal tool

    This handy Perma-Loc removal tool should be ordered for each drill ordered with Perma-Loc components.

    Codes for ground-engaging openers

     

    Code 

    Bundle 

    Description

    5000

     

    Perma-Loc clip and seed boot for TruPosition™ standard

    • Not compatible with double-shoot air packages on 1830

    5001

     

    Perma-Loc clip and seed boot for TruPosition openers with sweeps

    • Not available on 1835

    5005

    *

    Knife body for TruPosition standard

    5006

     

    Knife body with 2.5 cm (1 in.) tip for TruPosition openers 

    5007

     

    Knife body with 10 cm (4 in.) tips for TruPosition openers

    5010

    *

    Less ground-engaging tools and seed boot for TruPosition and spring-cushion openers

Longer machine life with flexible frame
    Side-to-side flexibility demonstrated by 1830Side-to-side flexibility demonstrated by 1830

    Most producers view purchasing a seeding system as a long-term investment. The life requirement of these robust machines is four times longer than previous models. That is why the John Deere seeding group has built even more durability into the 1830 and 1835 Air Hoe Drills. 

     

    An advanced and rigorous testing program has proven the machine durability to the extent that John Deere now offers a three-year frame warranty with each 1830 and 1835 that rolls out of the factory.

    Robust ball jointsRobust ball joints
    Cast rank tube connectorsCast rank tube connectors

    Robust ball joints connect strong fore-aft tubes to 100- x 100-mm (4- x 4-in.) rank tubes, which are joined to one another by pivoting rank connectors. Both the mainframe and wing sections share this durable construction that enables the frame to flex diagonally, relieving stress on solid frame members and avoiding frame failures.

     

    Seed smart with confidence that the 1830 and 1835 will endure your field conditions.

    Seed depth uniformity
    Diagonal frame flexibility keeps openers engagedDiagonal frame flexibility keeps openers engaged

    Producers are more attuned to the importance of seed depth than ever before. A uniform-looking field is not the only goal; yield is too. Proven yield penalties across the world range from 5 percent to 25 percent, depending on depth variance.

     

    The 1830 and 1835 feature diagonal mainframes and wing flexing – helping openers maintain their depth over uneven terrain.

Five tire options for 1830 Air Hoe Drills

    The correct tires are critical to the overall performance and productivity of an air hoe drill. The John Deere Seeding Group recognizes the wide variance in conditions and tire needs around the world. Five tire options are provided for the 1830 Air Hoe Drill. 

     

    To select the appropriate tire, consider the discussions and matrixes below. 

     

    Wheels in base equipment on 1830 mainframe are:

    • Dual front caster wheels
    • Dual rear transport wheels 

      Equip the wing sections with duals in the following situations:

    • Maximum flotation is required for wetter soils or conditions
    • No requirement to have openers seeding outboard the outer wing caster tire
    • Rough field conditions that could lead to potentially inconsistent seed depth
    12.5L-15 tires - base equipment for 1830
    12.5L-15 tire12.5L-15 tire

    The 12.5L-15 tire (code 2210 or 2215) brings load-carrying capacity and puncture resistance.

    For additional capabilities in the following situations, consider optioning up to high-flotation, wide-profile knobby tire option (code 2220):

    •      Transporting on soft, rural roads
    •      Operating in generally wetter, softer field conditions
    •      Additional puncture resistance is required
    33x15.5-16.5 and 31x13.5-15 high-flotation tires
    33x15.5-16.5 tire33x15.5-16.5 tire
    31x13.5-15 tire31x13.5-15 tire

    The high-flotation tires (code 2220) provide the best performance in all categories with the exception of tire overlap (pass-to-pass) and replacement tire considerations. The size of the machine will depict whether the mainframe will receive 33x15.5-16.5 or 31x13.5-15 size tires (see matrix below).

    Tire selection by base code and option code

    What tires are included with each base code and option code? This can be a complicated question and present unwarranted confusion. Each machine configuration is equipped with the tire that is meets the minimum load carrying capacities required of the machine size. Below is a chart that describes the tire that accompanies each code.

     

     

    Code

      

    2210

    2215

    2220

    Wing configuration

     

    Single

    Dual

    Dual

    Model/size

    1830-34
    (10.40 m)

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

     

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

    1830-41
    (12.50 m)

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

     

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

    1830-50
    (15.20 m)

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    33x15.5-16.5 10 PR

     

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

    1830-61 (18.60 )

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR F

    12.5L15 FI LR F

    33x15.5-16.5 10 PR

     

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

    1835-41,50 (12.50 & 15.20 m

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    33x15.5-16.5 10 PR

      

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10PR

    1835-61
    (18.60 m)

    Mainframe duals

    12.5L15 FI LR F

    12.5L15 FI LR F

    33x15.5-16.5 10 PR

     

    Wing

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    12.5L15 FI LR D

    31x13.5-15 10 PR

     

    To determine which code is most appropriate for a given situation, see the chart below, which outlines some considerations for tire package selection.

    Tire code suitability by application

    Code

     

    2210

    2215

    2220

    Wing configuration

     

    Single

    Dual

    Dual

    Selection criteria

    Application

       

    Load rating

    Extensive road transport or heavy options

    Best

    Best

    Better

    Flotation - Road transport

    Transport on soft rural roads

    Good

    Good

    Best

    Flotation - Field edges

    Operation around field wet spots

    Good

    Better

    Best

    Puncture and stubble resistance

    Road and field hazards or tough stubble

    Better

    Better

    Best

    Wing operation stability

    Operation in rough fields

    Good

    Best

    Best

    Overlap with previous pass

    Operation without guidance systems

    Best

    Better

    Good

    Availability of replacement tires

    Operation far from retail centers

    Better

    Better

    Good

    Cost of replacement tires

     

    Better

    Better

    Good

Hydraulic hose routing

    Pinched hydraulic hoses lead to costly downtime. John Deere is aware producers expect machine reliability and a visually pleasing appearance when investing their hard-earned money in a new seeding tool. That's why the John Deere seeding group has placed extra emphasis on securely routing hydraulic hoses on the 1830 and 1835.

    P-clamp P-clamp
    D-ringD-ring

    All 1830 and 1835 frames are manufactured with weldments to accommodate hose securement sites like the P-clamp and D-ring shown above.

    Velcro strap and protective sleeveVelcro strap and protective sleeve

    Innovative solutions like this Velcro® strap and protective sleeve ensure the reliability of the 1830 and 1835 measure up to John Deere standards. A machine-down repair that takes two hours to fix can mean over 20 ha of lost seeding time.  

    At a custom rate of $12 per hour, that's at least $600 of lost revenue, or lost yield, if seeding is delayed past mid May (wheat) for many locations. 

     

    Velcro is a U.S.-registered trademark of Velcro Industries B.V.

1830 and 1835 Air Hoe Drills hydraulic lift circuit

    The 1830 and 1835 feature a simplified hydraulic system due to a common rockshaft design in the lift circuit. Not only does this tie all sections together ensuring consistent depth from mainframe to wing, it also eliminates 50 percent to 67 percent of the hydraulic cylinders, reducing the chance of hydraulic failure.

    Frame lift cylinderFrame lift cylinder
    Common rockshaft designCommon rockshaft design
    • No rephasing of hydraulic cylinders
    • Fewer hydraulic components and hoses to maintain
    • Seed with confidence that all air hoe drill sections are seeding at the same depth

Specifications

Dimensions

  • Road clearance with sweep 38.1 cm
    15 in.
  • Transport width 10.36-m; 12.49-m; 6.19-m (3-section models); 15.24-m; 18.59-m; 6.19-m (5-section models)
    34-ft.; 41-ft.; 20-ft. 4-in. (3-section models); 50-ft.; 61-ft.; 20-ft. 4-in. (5-section models)
  • Nominal mainframe width (between wing-fold pivots) 4.19 m
    13.75 ft
  • Number of seed openers Openers link
  • Spacing and width #1 Working width
    10.5 m
    34, 4.5 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.05 m
    16.57 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.02 m
    16.48 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    45.72 cm
    18 in.Weight
    10,230 (weight with typical options) kg
    22,550 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 7.5 in.
    Width - 34 ft
  • Spacing and width #2 Working width
    12.4 m
    40-ft. 7.5-in. ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.9 m
    19.36 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.9 m
    19.36 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    457 mm
    18 in.Weight
    11,250 (weight with typical options) kg
    24,800 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 7.5 in.
    Width - 41 ft
  • Spacing and width #3 Working width
    15.4 m
    50, 7.5 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    4.97 m
    16.31 ftTransport height without harrow
    4.97 m
    16.31 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    50.8 cm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.08 m
    10.1 ftWeight
    14,900 (weight with typical options) kg
    32,850 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 7.5 in.
    Width - 50 ft
  • Spacing and width #4 Working width
    17.3 m
    56, 10.5 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.72 m
    18.76 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.72 m
    18.76 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    50.8 cm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.64 m
    11.93 ftWeight
    16,010 (weight with typical options) kg
    35,300 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 7.5 in.
    Width - 57 ft
  • Spacing and width #5 Working width
    18.1 m
    59, 4.5 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    18.76 ft
    5.72 mTransport height without harrow
    18.76 ft
    5.72 mMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    50.8 cm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.82 m
    12.55 ftWeight
    16,330 (weight with typical options) kg
    36,000 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 7.5 in.
    Width - 61 ft
  • Spacing and width #6 Working width
    10.2 m
    33, 4 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    4.84 m
    15.88 ftTransport height without harrow
    4.85 m
    15.91 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    457 mm
    18 in.Weight
    9,340 (weight with typical options) kg
    20,600 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 10 in.
    Width - 34 ft
  • Spacing and width #7 Working width
    12.2 m
    40 ftTransport height with harrow
    5.86 m
    19.22 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.79 m
    19.01 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    457 mm
    18 in.Weight
    10,330 (weight with typical options) kg
    22,775 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 10 in.
    Width - 41 ft
  • Spacing and width #8 Working width
    15.2 m
    50 ftTransport height with harrow
    5.04 m
    16.53 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.04 m
    16.53 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    508 mm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.08 m
    10.1 ftWeight
    13,540 (weight with typical options) kg
    29,850 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 10 in.
    Width - 50 ft
  • Spacing and width #9 Working width
    17.3 m
    56, 8 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.54 m
    18.17 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.54 m
    18.17 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    508 mm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.64 m
    11.93 ftWeight
    14,670 (weight with typical options) kg
    32,350 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 10 in.
    Width - 57 ft
  • Spacing and width #10 Working width
    18.8 m
    61, 8 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.98 m
    19.62 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.91 m
    19.4 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    483 mm
    19 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    4.14 m
    13.59 ftWeight
    15,340 (weight with typical options) kg
    33,825 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 10 in.
    Width - 61 ft
  • Spacing and width #11 Working width
    12.7 m
    41, 8 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.99 m
    19.66 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.99 m
    19.66 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    457 mm
    18 in.Weight
    9,640 (weight with typical options) kg
    21,250 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 12.5 in.
    Width - 41 ft
  • Spacing and width #12 Working width
    15.2 m
    50 ftTransport height with harrow
    5.38 m
    17.65 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.38 m
    17.65 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    508 mm
    20 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.08 m
    10.1 ftWeight
    12,450 (weight with typical options) kg
    27,450 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 12.5
    Width - 50 ft
  • Spacing and width #13 Working width
    17.8 m
    58, 4 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.69 m
    18.67 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.69 m
    18.67 ftNominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    3.82 m
    12.55 ft
    Spacing - 12.5 in.
    Width - 57 ft
  • Spacing and width #14 Working width
    19 m
    62, 6 ft, in.Transport height with harrow
    5.99 m
    19.67 ftTransport height without harrow
    5.99 m
    19.67 ftMinimum temporary height reduction with sweeps
    483 mm
    19 in.Nominal inner wing width (between wing-fold pivots)
    4.14 m
    13.59 ftWeight
    14,320 (weight with typical options) kg
    31,575 (weight with typical options) lb
    Spacing - 12.5 in.
    Width - 61 ft

Seed Opener

  • Type #1 Spacing
    19.05, 25.40, 31.75 cm
    7.5, 10, 12.5 in.Dimensions
    31.75 x 50.8 x 711 mm
    1.25 x 2 x 28 in.Trip force
    2.45 kN
    550 lb
    Tru-Position - 51 degree (angle)
  • Type #2 Spacing
    19.05, 25.40, 31.75 cm
    7.5, 10, 12.5 in.Dimensions
    31.75 x 50.8 x 711 mm
    1.25 x 2 x 28 in.Trip force
    1.55 kN
    350 lb
    Tru-Position - 51 degree (angle)
  • Type #3 Spacing
    19.05, 25.40, 31.75 cm
    7.5, 10, 12.5 in.Dimensions
    19.05 x 44.45 x 610 mm
    .75 x 1.75 x 24 in.Trip force
    0.35 to 1.11 kN
    80 to 250 lb
    Spring cushion hoe
  • Underframe clearance 71.12 cm
    28 in.

Mainframe

  • Centerframe width 4.19 m
    13, 9 ft, in.
  • Cross members 10.16 x 10.16 cm
    4 x 4 in.
  • Hitch 10.16 x 10.16 x 0.95 cm
    4 x 4 x 3/8 in.
  • Hitch category Category 4, pin - 50 mm
    Category 4, pin - 2 in.
  • Seeding tool depth control Adjustable mechanical stop
  • Mainframe and wing flexibility Diagonal flex

Fore-Aft Dimensions

  • Length Hitch pin to rear of transport wheels
    9.95 m
    32-ft. 8-in.Lateral frame clearance, opener to opener
    76.2 cm
    30 in.Fore-aft frame clearance between ranks
    73.66 cm
    29 in.Front of front cross member to front of rear cross member (4 ranks)
    2.21 m
    87 in.
    9.95 m
    32-ft. 8-in.

Harrow

  • Type Optional 2-bar tine-tooth

Press Wheels

  • Size Steel
    3x21-in. (34.7 lb.) on 7.5,10,12.5-in. spacing, 4x22-in. (35.9 lb.) on 10,12.5-in. spacingSemi-pneumatic
    3x21-in. (37.2 lb.) on 7.5,10,12.5-in. spacing, 4x21-in., 5.5x21 (41.8 lb., 51.6 lb.) on 10,12.5-in. spacingSplit
    81.2 lb

Tires

  • Tire specifications Tire link

Tractor Hydraulic Requirements

  • Minimum SCVs 2
  • Tractor hydraulic circuit requirements One selective control for frame lift; one selective control for wing fold and transport wheels
  • Tractor hydraulic pressure requirement 2000 PSI min (34-ft. - 41-ft.); 2200 PSI min (50-ft.); 2500 PSI min (57-ft. -61-ft.)

Tractor Horsepower Requirements

  • 34-ft. 235
  • 41-ft. 275
  • 50-ft. 350
  • 57-ft. 400
  • 61-ft. 425

Tractor Compatibility

  • On-line compatibility guide Compatibility link