Frame mounted coulter (pull row only), Residue wheels (for frame mounted coulter), Frame mounted coulter (pull row only) -15 – Kinze 3200 Wing-Fold Planter Rev. 7/14 User Manual
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Row Unit Operation
FRAME MOUNTED COULTER (PULL ROW ONLy)
Frame mounted coulters with 1" bubbled, 1" fluted (8 flutes) or
" fluted (13 flutes) blades are used on pull row units only.
Springs provide down pressure on coulter for maximum
penetration while exerting less shock load on row unit.
Initial coulter blade location is in top hole. Relocate blade to
one of lower two holes (1" increments) as wear occurs or for
deeper blade operation.
DOWN PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
Excessive down pressure can damage coulter components when
coulter strikes an obstacle. Do not set down pressure higher than
needed for consistent soil penetration.
Raise planter. Turn spring adjustment bolts clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease down pressure. Set
both springs to specification shown in following table:
Spring adjustment bolt
Spring anchor bar
Frame Mounted Coulter Spring Downpressure Settings
End flush with
spring anchor bar
Extended ½" through
spring anchor bar
All threads used
275 lb (124.7 kg)
400 lb (181.4 kg)
500 lb (226.8 kg)
RESIDUE WHEELS (FOR FRAME MOUNTED COULTER)
Residue wheels attach to frame mounted coulter with two cap screws and sleeves allowing the unit to free-float. A
2-position spindle bolt mounting positions wheels interlocked or staggered. Depth adjustment is made with a spring-
loaded cam and pin with 11 positions in ¼" increments. A high point on the cam allows wheels to be locked up.
A weed guard on the inboard side of each wheel helps prevent weed wrap which can cause premature bearing failure.
Style A residue wheel shown
NOTE: Opening in weed
guard must face down.
Style b residue wheel shown
Frame mounted coulter adjustment