Yetter 2950 Series Coulter User Manual

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2950 SERIES WITH OFFSET SHANK

DISC-CHISEL COULTER BRACKET KIT W/OFFSET SHANK

2565-185 UPDATED 01/08

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

The 2950 Offset Disc Chisel coulter is designed with two mounting arrangements in mind. The bracket assembly can be attached to the frame beside the existing shank brackets or can replace the existing shank brackets. Before beginning to assemble, choose the method needed and follow the instructions for that method.

Installing New Brackets

Before assembling the brackets, mark your bar for the spacing of the coulters. Select parts numbered 3010-301, 2525-451, 2520-452, and 2502-294 and mount them loose on the bar as shown. If installing a chisel or coil shank, slide it under the tool bar and bolt to bottom shank bracket with 5/8-11 x 3-1/4” bolt (2505-385) and 5/8” nuts and washers. Align the brackets on the marks on the toolbar and tighten. (Be sure brackets remain square with the bar to assure shank will be straight when installed.) Offset shank can now be installed. (See below)

Installing Beside Existing Brackets

If mounting brackets next to existing brackets select part numbers 3010-301, 2525-451, 2520-452, and 2502-395 and mount as shown. Slide the assembly as close as possible to the existing brackets and tighten 5/8” bolts and nuts. Offset shank can now be installed.

Installing Offset Shank

Install clamp weld assemblies (3011-201) into shank brackets using the ½” flat washers, lock washers, nuts, and 4” bolts. (Leave the clamp weld assemblies loose to allow shank to go through the assembly.) Raise the shank up through the bottom until shank is through both clamp weld assemblies. Set the shank at the proper depth and tighten the ½” nuts and bolts.

Before going to the field, all coulters should first be set to operate at the same depth. To adjust the depth of each coulter, the clamp w.a. holding the 1-1/2” shank must be loosened. The 1-1/2” shank can then be slipped up or down to give the desired depth and/or clearance. At this time turn the offset shank to position the coulter in front of the chisel or coil shank. (NOTE: The depth of the coulters should be set so the hub of each coulter is always above ground level when in use.)

PERIODICALLY CHECK NUTS TO BE SURE THEY ARE TIGHT.

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