Rustler

The RUSTLER is ideal for spreading and breaking up residues on minimum and no-till operations. This tool also provides excellent granular chemical incorporation, seedbed preparation and functionality as a finishing harrow.

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Rustler

The RUSTLER is ideal for spreading and breaking up residues on minimum and no-till operations. This tool also provides excellent granular chemical incorporation, seedbed preparation and functionality as a finishing harrow.

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performance

The MORRIS RUSTLER delivers superior field finish and uniform crop residue dispersal.

Parallel Linkage

The RUSTLER uses a unique parallel linkage design which allows each harrow section to move independently from the harrow trailer and booms. Each section is able to follow the ground contours with 14" of travel.

Uniform Downforce

Down force is applied uniformly at the 4 linkage points of each harrow section.

Base Widths

Models are available in working widths of 55, 68 and 78 feet.

durability

Designed to last

Harrow Frames

Strong tubular steel frame and booms.

Harrow Tines

Large 28 inch tines and 4" long chromium carbide tablets coupled with the parallel linkage system and uniform down force will allow the RUSTLER to stay in the field longer.

Chromium Carbide Tips

The 4" long chromium carbide tips are the longest in the market and improve cutting into the soil and crop residue, while providing an extended wear life.

ease of use

Get going in the field quickly and easily

Rear-Pivoting Wheels

Rear, pivoting wheels make folding and unfolding the harrow easy.

Solid Draft Arm

The Solid Arm Draft system locks into place, allowing the operator to lift the harrows and back up the machine to avoid obstructions.

Hydraulic Control

The hydraulic control option allows the operator to control the tine angle from the cab. Adjust the tine angle from 40 to 85 degrees using the hydraulic remote in your cab. Hydraulic on-the-go tine control for changing straw conditions means you spend more time working and less time making adjustments. The more aggressive the tine angle, the more downward force is applied. Tine angle adjustment can be changed on the go to prevent balling of residue.

Simple Service

Servicing tines is as easy as removing 1 bolt and pulling the harrow bar from the steel receiver.

Operator's Manuals

Parts Manuals

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