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Time to plant! Storage removal tips
You’re ready to plant. For the best growing season, remember these tips when removing your planter from storage:
- Clean hydraulic hose couplers before connecting to the tractor.
- Make sure tires are properly inflated before moving the planter.
- Remove protective grease and clean exposed cylinder rods.
- Carefully raise the planter to ensure that settling during storage or other nearby equipment doesn’t interfere with the movement of the planter.
- Make sure seed disks are returned to matching meter housings during re-installation.
- Inspect the entire planter for signs of rodent or other damage.
- Check hydraulic hoses and wiring harnesses for proper routing, and tie strap as needed.
- Replace hydraulic filter if necessary.
- Re-install drive chains.
- Lubricate all grease fittings. Be careful not to over-grease fittings that you lubricated prior to storage.
- Cover bulk fill hopper bottom with powdered graphite.
- Cover seed disk with graphite.
- Work powdered graphite into singulator spool pins.
- Clean seed tubes and seed sensors.
- Close AccuRow or pneumatic down pressure drains if applicable.
- Read the operator’s manual for both the planter and display operation.
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