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New Tango4 lightweight aluminum corn head for handling more rows

New Tango4 lightweight aluminum corn head for handling more rows

The Tango4 Aluminum Corn Head, displayed at farm shows this summer, weighs 25% less than conventional models constructed of steel. Built in Argentina, the new corn head is being sold in the United States by Tango4, a Pleasureville, KY, company.

The light, aluminum corn head means a combine can handle a header with more rows than usual. Tango4
reports that an aluminum 18-row head is lighter than a typical 12-row steel unit. The new aluminum corn head fits on all brands of combines. It is available in 2 to 22 row models, and row spacing of 18, 20, 22 and 30 in.

The 8-row model shown retails for $76,000. For more information, call Tango4 at 502/845-8011 or visit


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