Unverferth’s New 750-Bushel Wagon

10/02/2013 @ 1:24pm

The Unverferth 730 grain wagon is the newest addition to the company’s lineup of high-capacity grain wagons. Beyond the added capacity, the model features a newly designed unloading chute with a self-locking, spring-loading latching mechanism for ease of use.

The chute is equipped with a center-dump deflector for pit unloading and is height adjustable from 15 to 18 inches. There is also a metering door, which makes it easy for opening and taking grain samples. Steep-sloped walls result in fast and complete unloading, up to 750 bushels in 110 seconds.

The 730 is specifically designed with an integral pull-through hitch to be pulled in tandem when fully loaded and features easy connections for linking multiple units. Standard equipment includes four-wheel, surge-activated brakes that automatically disengage when backing.

Thanks to the UltraSteer chassis design the wagon can be turned in a 40% tighter radius than traditional wagons. Torsion bar suspension and extra-wide 42-inch runner spacings keep the wagon level and stable. One-piece unitized sidewall construction and the flame-cut one-piece end support the increased strength and capacity of the wagons.

The 730 is available in a choice of tractor red or green with silicone-sealed seams for a long-lasting finish. Wagons that unload on the left side are standard, but right side unloading is available as an option. Accessories include rollover tarp and fenders with side marker lights for protecting the finish from gravel and road debris. With single wheels and tires, the 730 lists for $24,150.

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