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Seed Placement: The seed is placed 3/4” (19 mm) above and to the side of the fertilizer row, after the carbide wafer under the tip’s wing seals the fertilizer trench and firms up the seed bed. The GP & LP openers deliver phosphorus on top of the seed.

Fertilizer Placement: Fertilizer is placed in the center 3/4” (19 mm) below the seed bed. The carbide wafer under the wing seals the fertilizer trench before the seed is placed. In less than ideal conditions, mixing between seed and fertilizer may occur. For more information please refer to precautions & risk factors.

Replaceable tip: Cast chrome tip with extra long carbide inserts on the nose of the tip for excellent penetration and wear resistance. Top face of wing is covered with two carbide inserts providing excellent wear resistance. Carbide wafer under the wing to seal fertilizer trench, and firm the seed bed prior to seed placement. Assemblies on this page include the tip.

Packer Recommendation: 3″ (76 mm) or wider. V-Packer not recommended with these openers.

Opener Features: Hard facing is placed on critical wear points to ensure a long-lasting holder, proper seed placement. The streamlined holder design reduces plugging and allows for better trash clearance.

Installation Notes: Use Grade 8 carriage bolts to install these openers. Sold separately. 

When installing on  50° shanks other than Bourgault or Ezee-On use wedge 880-WDG-0300 or 880-WDG-0301.

All wings on Side Band openers must be pointing inward to the center of the seeding unit to prevent plugging when turning. Customers should order half left and half right wing openers. 

Granular N_2017

Granular N

Granular N + Liquid Phosphorus_2017

Granular N + Liq Phos

Liquid N_2017

Liquid N

Liquid N + Liquid Phosphorus_2017

Liquid N + Liq Phos

These Side-Band Openers fit

C-Shanks

610-ASY-2711G

610-ASY-2712G

610-ASY-2711GP

610-ASY-2712GP

610-ASY-2711L

610-ASY-2712L

610-ASY-2711LP

610-ASY-2712LP

For a more detailed view check out the expanded drawing

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