Customized with proven attachments
    Popular attachments that have been on farms for decades include S-tines, furrowers,
beet knives, spider wheels and rolling baskets. Each has their own purpose or advant-
age. Descriptions of several attachments follow. Cultivators can be easily customized.
Particularly with row crop cultivation, attachments easily change on-the-go.

Gauge Wheels
16x650x8 tire on a 4-bolt wheel. Common 4-bolt trailer hub with a 1-inch spindle. Standard equipment on Models 4360, 4460, 4370, 4470. Optional on Models 2360, 2460, 2370, 2470.
Gauge Wheels
16x650x8 tire on wheel with integrated hub. Ball bearings. 1-inch spindle. Standard equipment on Models 2360, 2460, 2370, 2470.
S-tines
Before no-till practices, these were popular on row crop cultivators. Meant for taking out small weeds or loosening crusty topsoil. Won't penetrate hard ground or remove heavy weed growth. Flexible spring steel is excellent for shattering action and for durability in rocky soil.
    S-tines are made in several sizes. The high-clearance 9/16 x 1-1/4 is most common and included in the Attachment Packages for conventional S-tine applications. The heavier 9/16 x 1-3/4 is less known but also available. These are stiffer for larger weeds and worth the extra cost.
Shovels (sweeps)
4" shovels (in middle) are an all-purpose size for weed control or general tillage. These are included in Attachment Packages. 7" (shown) and 9" shovels can be more effective for weed control. The last center tine between rows can have a larger shovel to ridge soil toward the rows. Reversible Point or 2-1/4" shovels (shown) are better for penetration in crusty soil or when space is limited between narrow rows. Have an extra size or two on hand to keep your options open. Easy to change.
Row crop shields
Keep soil from S-tines off of plant rows. Shields can be adjusted to slide on the ground for no gap, of preferred. Beet knives be directly mounted on the shield.
Guide Disk
Prevents implements from side-sway or shifting on flat land. You still need to drive straight. Let the tractor hitch sway to help forgive wobbly driving. Usually not used with raised beds. Use one or two, depending on toolbar width.