Last Minute Planter Upgrade

Last Minute Planter Upgrade

Yetter releases Interchanger, which makes it easier to loosen wheels when it's time for a change.

Pressure is always on to plant effectively and the folks at Yetter understand this. That's why they've introduced the new 6200 Interchanger. It is a replacement piece for each closing wheel nut on the tail wheel assembly of your planter. It is designed to secure wheels in place yet requires only an electric impact wrench or ratchet to loosen wheels when it's time to make a change.

The block-threaded holder replaces the existing nut so the farmer doesn't need a second wrench when taking wheels on and off. The Interchanger will allow users flexibility and save time during an important part of the season.

HANDY DEVICE: Swapping the 6200 Interchanger into your planter can make changing closing wheels a lot easier.

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The unit works with traditional rubber press wheels and cast-spike closing wheels. It is compatible with wheel assemblies that bolt through the bearing and are less than 15-in. in diameter.

The company is also launching a Closing Wheel Mount Holder - not shown - that allows you to store a second set of wheels on each row unit for quick changes as needed.

The 6200 Interchanger is offered in kits for John Deere, Kinze and White planters. The Interchanger and Closing Wheel Mount Holder are currently sold separately. You can learn more about the Interchanger, just visit yetterco.com.

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