Sunflower Cultivator Sweeps

Durable and effective, Genuine Sunflower Replacement Sweeps offer exceptionally long wear, while helping create optimum seedbeds.

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When your needs call for a field cultivator to cover a large number of acres in the shortest possible time, not to mention terraces and rolling terrain, there’s only one answer: Sunflower Seed and Tillage tools. But to keep these best-in-class tools operating at their best and helping to prepare the ideal seedbed, be sure to use Genuine Sunflower Replacement Sweeps.

Sunflower sweeps are the perfect match for today’s high-speed cultivators. They are manufactured from heat-treated boron steel and designed with a longer nose and convex wings, all adding up to better soil penetration and exceptionally long wear.

Check out just a few of the reasons Genuine Sunflower Replacement Sweeps are right for your operation:

Sunflower’s Edge Sweep. Providing controlled soil agitation, conventional wings are an excellent sweep choice where conservation tillage is preferred. Its angle is designed to get exceptional nose penetration in varying soil conditions to clear out weeds for your crop’s best yield.

Sunflower’s DuraWing™ with StemShield™. Hands down, this new wing design is the highest quality, longest lasting, best-performing sweep available. The sweep features an elongated nose, convex wings and the StemSheild, a ridge crown that diverts soil and protects the blade from wear. Specifically engineered and manufactured for better wear and longer life, the new Sunflower wing design preserves the sweep’s shape over time, making it one of the most durable sweeps on the market, saving you time and money.

Sunflower’s SpeedClip. Sunflower’s new quick-changing sweeps reduce changeover time significantly. Old, worn sweeps are simply hammered off, while new sweeps are easily hammered into place. As with the bolt-on option, there’s no need of replacing several bolts to save you time, so you can make your work count for profits.

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