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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #27
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One-Hand Depth Adjustment Tool For Deere 750 Grain Drills

One hand and one tool is all it takes to adjust the depth on Deere 750 grain drills, says S.I. Distributing about its new "OneWrench" tool.
  "It saves a lot of time," says Dave Burgei explaining that the OneWrench tool is made from heavy cold-rolled steel and is chrome-plated. The tool replaces an L-shaped key stock, and a screwdriver, that Deere 750 drill owners currently use to set the depth on each of the drill's row units. The job takes two hands, and you have to crawl on the ground under the drill to set the depth.
  The drill has an adjusting plate with a row of holes in it, and a locking pin that pops through any of the holes to lock in the depth. The end of the OneWrench fits into the adjusting plate. When you push the wrench against the adjusting plate, a row of metal ribs on the tool release the locking pin, allowing you to rotate the adjusting plate to the desired setting.
  Sells for $49.95 plus S&H.
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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2