Shorter (1?) hose clamp, For Mojo Wires that don?t use plastic blocks, i.e., Mojo Wire clamps directly onto firmer.
1″ hose clamp for K 212,600, 202
Shorter (1″) hose clamp, For Mojo Wires that don’t use plastic blocks, i.e., Mojo Wire clamps directly onto firmer.
|Dimensions||1.5 × .5 × .5 in|
Stiffener wire w/ L-bends at top, Mojo, for Flo-Rite Univ. planter tails (lies flat, no hoop)(wire only, no hose clamps)12-pack of self-tapping screws for the rear tab on the K.608 and front & rear tabs on K.600 Mojo Wires. (Note: Front tab/block on K.608 uses a different screw that matches the threads machined into that block.)Wave-ready. For dual-tube Liquid Keeton tails going into Universal and Kinze scraper-mount brkts. *Not for use on Low-Profile tails.* (replacement Wire only; no hose clamps or plastic blocks)
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Thompson wheel covered by U.S. Patent No. 6,907,833. Liquid delivery feature of Valion seed tube guards is U.S. Patent No. 8,978,564. Ninja seed bounce flap U.S. Patent Pending. UniForce U.S. Patent Pending. All rights reserved on other designs. Exapta is a registered trademark of Exapta Solutions, Inc. Keeton is a registered trademark of Precision Planting. Mojo Wire, Thompson wheel, Valion guard, Ninja flap, UniForce, DuraLok, No-till Seeding Explained, and No-till Seeding School are trademarks of Exapta. Disclaimer: Recommendations & page content are current, accurate, and believed to be broadly applicable as of the time of writing (Dec 2005) and last update (2005 – 2014). Because of diversity of soils, climate, crops, planter & drill models/designs marketed worldwide, combinations of attachments, etc., actual results may vary. No warranty is made as to actual results obtained. Should you encounter exceptions or worthwhile annotations to the statements made on this page, please contact us.
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Jonathan Zeller joined Exapta excited to return to working with no-till planting equipment. He supported research of no-till planting and other ag related projects for 7 years with Kansas State University’s Agricultural Engineering Department after getting his engineering degree. He later worked 3 years for Landoll Company, LLC. where he gained experience in a design engineering role. Jonathan grew up on a small family farm in NE Kansas working with row crops, hay and cattle. Jonathan enjoys solving engineering problems and improving or creating products to be robust and easy to install and service.