2021 - Volume #BFS, Issue #21, Page #53
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Sealed Bearing Service Fixes John Deere Planters
“Our new sealed bearing rebuild service for John Deere Row Crop Planters improves the performance of old and worn gauge arms, making a maintenance-free arm. We replace the original bushings with sealed bearings that never need grease. The rebuilt arms work smooth and stay tight,” says Jeff Steinke, Coyote Machining, LLC, Hamlet, Nebraska.
Farmers who had their gauge arms rebuilt 8 years ago, have never had to replace the bearings. “Even if the bearings would fail, they can be replaced,” says Steinke.
The improvement will only work on Deere 1720 and newer planters. We rebuild the customer arms or make an exchange with repaired gauge arms we already have in stock. The rebuild costs $70 per arm plus shipping. “We encourage shipping through Fastenal stores to save money,” says Steinke.
We are excited to announce the arrival of a brand new and improved arm coming just in time for the 2021 planting season!
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Coyote Machining, LLC, 72796 Ave. 353, Hamlet, NE 69040 (ph 308 883-0459; info@coyotemachining.com; www.coyotemachining.com).

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