Free Freight On Orders of 2 or more rows/pairs Posi-Close Planter Wheels
Priced Per Row/Pair
Posi-Close Planter Wheels aggressively destroy the seed trench, creating excellent seed-to-soil contact for better seedling emergence and crop stand.
When using traditional rubber wheels in wet soil, the seed trench will crust and bake, or simply open back up. You’ll also commonly run into issues with smearing and extreme compaction.
Our Posi-Close Planter Wheels, on the other hand, prevent crusting and baking by leaving a soft mulch on top of the seedbed. And there’s no need to worry about the seed trench opening back up, either. With their patented “horizontal rod” design and wide ground path, Posi-Close Wheels literally destroy the seed trench. They also virtually eliminate any chance of smearing or extreme compaction.
Normally, to ensure maximum closure, different practices (such as no-till, hilly terrain, or hard soil conditions) require different wheel configurations. Our wheels save you that step; they’re designed to be adjustable for width, giving you a greater ability to close even the most stubborn seed trenches.
What’s the best operating setting? Most people run their Posi-Close Planter Wheels at their normal operating setting (with 3-8″ – 1/2″ between rods). This is the best setting for most conditions—especially for hilly terrain where the planter unit can side-shift off the row. For those more difficult-to-close trenches, you can also set your Posi-Close Planter Wheels so the rods actually mesh together, like two gears. This concentrates the wheel’s force on a smaller area and eliminates the need for drag chains.
Model PW-193NT: Compatible with John Deere Max-Emerge Plus, XP and newer; Kinze planters (model year 1993 and newer); White 6000 and 8000 series; Monosem NG +2, +3, +4 (or older Monosem w/ upgrade); amd Great Plains (newer, including twin row).
Model PW-065NT (Roll Pin), PW-066NT (For Stub Shaft w/Double Bearing): Compatible with John Deere 7000, 7100 (MaxEmerge), 7200, 7300, Early 1700 (MaxEmerge 2, with stub shaft and LH/RH nuts); and Kinze (up to and including model year 1992, with roll-pin-mounted wheels).