Planter opening blades. Prescription tillage blades
I have a case ih 1250 planter and have a lot of trouble with longevity of my blades. Case blades are junk. I tried some aftermarket blades from seiker sales and had a lot better luck. Recently had an ad pop up on Facebook showing a notched type (saw blade) blade from prescription tillage that looked pretty cool. I was curious if anyone has ran them side by side and also had a lot of acres on them? My case blades on a 24 row notill would only go 2000 acres tops and my after market blades would disintegrated at 4500 acres.
Also interested to know if the saw blade type blade held consistent depth after some acres of wear?
We ran them on a couple of rows on our caseih planter. I wasn't impressed. They wore faster than the heavy duty caseih coulters and lost t...More
Caseih does make two grades of blades. The standard blades are junk! I have since put on the heavy duty, They have now been on it three yea...More
We have ran a set each of the two past seasons on a 1775nt notilling into heavy ground with thick cover crop. Both years they did not last a...More
I’ve been researching them for a JD 1770 and have an interest but like you would like to hear how they preform.
I believe they where the 4.5 or 5mm blades I’ve never had an issue with bearings just the blade for the case blades. The shoup blades I ran ...More
Case offered different sized thickness for openers. I had to get different bolts to use the thick ones What thickness were you using?
I have no experience with the notched blades but I think I read somewhere that they was not impressed with them for the price. I run shoups ...More
I did run a couple sets of PTT saber tooth planter blades our 1200 case this year. We had a very wet spring and ended up taking prevent plan...More