A Normal Complete Rebuild -Replace gauge wheel tires (wide or narrow) -Replace disk blades -Replace seed boots, bolts and leaf springs -Replace firming wheels -Replace seal and O ring in depth shaft -Replace inner and outer bushings and bolts where firming wheel arm and closing wheel arms pivot -Replace 1 1/2 pin and bushings where row units lock to frame -Replace primary and secondary seed hoses -Press out shaft on depth adjuster and grind flat edge on it for grease reservoir -Install three lip seals on both sides of arm bushing to prevent dirt from getting in and limit greasing

AirSeeder Rebuilds

Rebuilding an air seeder instead of buying new is an excellent money saving decision for any farmer to maintain optimum performance out of your machine. Even though rebuilding an air seeder saves money, it is a substantial undertaking and time consuming process for just one person. That's where we come in. At Precision Ag Solutions, we have a five man crew of specialized mechanics who are ready to take on your project. Precision Ag Solutions has rebuilt over 25,000 row units in a 500 mile radius of Pratt, Kansas. Our crew consists of the same guys that helped on the first row units we did back in 2011. Getting Started The first step in completing your air seeder overhaul is to contact Dave at Precision Ag Solutions at 620-243-2566. Dave will then review your situation and discuss with you what needs to be done and give you an estimated cost of the project. Upon deciding to rebuild your machine, we will come to your location, remove the row units, bring them to our shop, and tear them down. If, after tearing down the units we find more issues than originally expected, Dave will contact you to discuss your options. We never replace unexpected parts without contacting our customers first.
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A Normal Complete Rebuild -Replace gauge wheel tires (wide or narrow) -Replace disk blades -Replace seed boots, bolts and leaf springs -Replace firming wheels -Replace seal and O ring in depth shaft -Replace inner and outer bushings and bolts where firming wheel arm and closing wheel arms pivot -Replace 1 1/2 pin and bushings where row units lock to frame -Replace primary and secondary seed hoses -Press out shaft on depth adjuster and grind flat edge on it for grease reservoir -Install three lip seals on both sides of arm bushing to prevent dirt from getting in and limit greasing

AirSeeder Rebuilds

Rebuilding an air seeder instead of buying new is an excellent money saving decision for any farmer to maintain optimum performance out of your machine. Even though rebuilding an air seeder saves money, it is a substantial undertaking and time consuming process for just one person. That's where we come in. At Precision Ag Solutions, we have a five man crew of specialized mechanics who are ready to take on your project. Precision Ag Solutions has rebuilt over 25,000 row units in a 500 mile radius of Pratt, Kansas. Our crew consists of the same guys that helped on the first row units we did back in 2011. Getting Started The first step in completing your air seeder overhaul is to contact Dave at Precision Ag Solutions at 620-243-2566. Dave will then review your situation and discuss with you what needs to be done and give you an estimated cost of the project. Upon deciding to rebuild your machine, we will come to your location, remove the row units, bring them to our shop, and tear them down. If, after tearing down the units we find more issues than originally expected, Dave will contact you to discuss your options. We never replace unexpected parts without contacting our customers first.