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Sunflower Expands 6600 Vertical Tillage Tool Lineup

Sunflower Expands 6600 Vertical Tillage Tool Lineup

Two new models provide a 35- and 40-foot working width and transport folding ability.

The latest addition to Sunflower's 6600 vertical tillage tool lineup is the 6631 in 35-foot and 40-foot working widths.

With the company's exclusive Split-Wing design featuring locking extensions, these tools fold to 13.5 feet and 15.3 feet respectively, and travel on walking tandem axles.

Like other 6600 Series machines the 6631 models are equipped with 22-inch scalloped, low-concavity Saber Blade disc blades mounted at 7.5 inches. Front and rear gangs complement one another, first to cut across the width of the whole machine, with rear gangs overlapping the front to improve seedbed consistency.

Sunflower's new 6631 vertical tillage tools come in 35- and 40-foot widths and fold for convenience.

With a longer frame, Sunflower engineers enhanced the 6100 to cut through and size heavy residue without plugging. Three options in finishing reels are available, 11-inch and 14-inch flat blades and 14-inch round bar reels, to match local field conditions.

Setting the machine is easy with a front-mounted, single-point depth control that adjust with the turn of a handle and hydraulic leveling takes care of front to rear orientation from the cab.

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