The coulter chosen is determined by soil conditions and how much you want to disturb the soil in front of the opener. The 5/16” Fluted Blade offers low soil disturbance for pasture renovation. The 5/8” Turbo Blade provides maximum penetration and performance.
This could be multiple things. One the ground could be too hard, you may need to add weight to the unit. Two your spoons could be plugged up do to not cleaning properly. Three the ground may not have enough moisture in it.
How do I replace worn shank tips on my Grading Scraper?
Shank tips can be removed by heating the dimpled area on both sides of the tip and using a blunt punch to force them off. New tips need to be dimpled with a punch once installed to securely hold them in place.
MR1572 is set up with a mechanical lever to raise and lower the shanks. (Always make sure the scraper is off the ground before adjusting shanks.)
To lower the shanks, pull lever towards unit to release lock pin and move lever away from unit until shank locks into desired position. To raise the shanks, pull lever towards the unit to release lock pin and move lever toward unit until shank locks into desired position.
HR2572, HR3584 and HRL3572 is set up to hydraulically raise and lower the shanks. (Always make sure the scraper is off the ground before adjusting shanks.)
To lower shanks retract hydraulic cylinder, and to raise shanks extend hydraulic cylinder.
Can my retractable box scraper be used to backfill?
MR15 and HR25 come equipped with a rear backfill blade. Simply lower the box scraper and back the rear facing grader blade into the material you are trying to backfill.
HRL3578 and HR3584 is equipped with a rear hinged gate that can be locked or unlocked to aid in backfilling. The shanks must be raised during backfilling operation. Simply back the rear facing grader blade into the material you are trying to backfill and continue until task is accomplished.
What could be causing my driveline to drop when my shear bolt breaks?
Drivelines come equipped with a retainer set screw to keep the driveline attached when the shear bolt has sheared. Verify that your unit has the correct grade shear bolt installed to prevent gearbox damage and make sure the retainer screw and nut are installed.