Finishing Tools

Overview

Prepare your seedbed for planting.

Mounted Finishing Tools attach to virtually any tillage implement to condition the soil surface and prepare a seedbed.

Four varieties of rollers create surface finishes to match your particular soil types and tillage practices. As a general rule, each finishing tool firms the soil surface, reduces hard surface clods and seals moisture. Finishing tools feature a simple ratchet screw jack depth adjustment and universal mounting system that attaches to most any size tillage frame.

Literature

Features

Standard Features:

  • Wide selection of mount brackets to fit any size tool bar.

  • Mount assembly features ratchet jack for quick and easy height adjustment.

  • Modular mount frame is constructed from 4x4x3/8” tube.

  • All finishing tools are equipped with triple sealed greasable flange bearings.

Smooth Pipe Roller

Large diameter (16”) pipe is used to construct the smooth roller. Larger pipe rolls up and over uneven terrain to leave a smooth, consistent surface. Surface residue may be flattened without burying stalks.

Spiked Roller

Mounted finishing tool equipped with 12-3/4” pipe and 3/8 x 2-1/2 x 3-1/2” teeth arranged in a spiral pattern across the roller. Flat spikes enhance positive rotation of the roller and partially mix surface residue with fresh soil.

This tool is popular behind a Paratill® as a one pass preparation to plant wheat and other drilled crops.

Basket (Spiral Blade Crumbler)

Spiral blades on mounted basket aggressively engage the soil to break up clods, seal moisture and even incorporate chemicals. Basket leaves a surface condition to resist crusting and reduce soil and water erosion. Eight blades are spread over a 16” diameter to operate in moist soil conditions.

Cultipacker

Cast rings float on a pipe to firm the surface over an uneven contour such as beds. Beds are maintained, and directional teeth on each ring pulverize clods and crimp stalks to the soil.

Options

Different lengths and number of tools to fit most any tillage implement.

Parts and Manuals

Literature and Parts Breakdowns

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Prepare your seedbed for planting.

Mounted Finishing Tools attach to virtually any tillage implement to condition the soil surface and prepare a seedbed.

Four varieties of rollers create surface finishes to match your particular soil types and tillage practices. As a general rule, each finishing tool firms the soil surface, reduces hard surface clods and seals moisture. Finishing tools feature a simple ratchet screw jack depth adjustment and universal mounting system that attaches to most any size tillage frame.

Literature

Standard Features:

  • Wide selection of mount brackets to fit any size tool bar.

  • Mount assembly features ratchet jack for quick and easy height adjustment.

  • Modular mount frame is constructed from 4x4x3/8” tube.

  • All finishing tools are equipped with triple sealed greasable flange bearings.

Smooth Pipe Roller

Large diameter (16”) pipe is used to construct the smooth roller. Larger pipe rolls up and over uneven terrain to leave a smooth, consistent surface. Surface residue may be flattened without burying stalks.

Spiked Roller

Mounted finishing tool equipped with 12-3/4” pipe and 3/8 x 2-1/2 x 3-1/2” teeth arranged in a spiral pattern across the roller. Flat spikes enhance positive rotation of the roller and partially mix surface residue with fresh soil.

This tool is popular behind a Paratill® as a one pass preparation to plant wheat and other drilled crops.

Basket (Spiral Blade Crumbler)

Spiral blades on mounted basket aggressively engage the soil to break up clods, seal moisture and even incorporate chemicals. Basket leaves a surface condition to resist crusting and reduce soil and water erosion. Eight blades are spread over a 16” diameter to operate in moist soil conditions.

Cultipacker

Cast rings float on a pipe to firm the surface over an uneven contour such as beds. Beds are maintained, and directional teeth on each ring pulverize clods and crimp stalks to the soil.

Different lengths and number of tools to fit most any tillage implement.

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