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New 6205 Landsmen and 6405 Landstar Continue Legacy

06/20/2014 @ 2:57pm

Kuhn Krause introduces the new 6205 and 6405 Landstar, incorporating several product improvements on the established secondary tillage line.

Front blade gang assemblies on the tillage equipment now incorporate the proven Kuhn Krause Excalibur blade. The Excalibur combines the aggressive residue cutting action of a coulter with vertical soil movement for leveling and incorporation. The exclusive 32-flute blade design results in greater soil penetration and smaller initial soil clod size. The scalloped edge design of the blade provides a predictable wear pattern maintaining a sharp working edge for reliable residue cutting action. A flat center has been incorporated into the center section of each blade, which delivers 20% more blade strength and reduced soil buildup.

A new robust gang design features large 211 regreasable SuperSeal bearings on 1-3/4-inch gang arbor bolts. These are mounted to heavy-duty rigid bearing arms on a 3- by 5-inch gang beam providing a strong mount for the adjustable gang. The improved gang assembly has relocated trash bar mounts for additional under frame gang trip clearance.

A crank-style adjustment is used for the hydraulic depth control system and an upgraded depth stop valve provides precise depth settings.

The optional trail hitch is now equipped with necessary fore to aft hydraulic hoses and female couplers. This will assure a complete hydraulic and electrical package fore easy hookup and operation of towed machines.

6205 Landsman machines will be offered sizes from 18- to 45-foot, and 6405 Landstar machines will be available from 18- to 36-foot. A variety of shank offerings and 24/7 Harrows allow you to configure the machine to your specifications. The new 6405 Landstar will continue to feature the Star Wheel attachment for improved seedbed conditioning.

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