Kinze unveils new grain cart at the 2021 Farm Progress Show

– The ability to upgrade tires (standard equipment floater) to Camso long life option with interchangeable axel stub tracks.

– Auger spout control grain.

– A low profile design with short sides to work on hilly terrain.

– Improved LED lighting, including bean hopper lighting.

– Color coded hydraulic hoses for ease of use.

– A centralized and easily accessible grease bank at the front of the truck.

Kinze founder Jon Kinzenbaw 400 grain cart introduced in 1971 was the first major innovation of the company can start. It was the first carriage grain to use twin screws driven by PTO large diameter, which could empty the truck with a capacity of 435 bushels in three minutes. To quickly transfer grain from a combine loaded to trucks and cars waiting to be evacuated from the field was a time saver for the harvest that was echoed among farmers.

Harvest Order 1121, said Render, is intended to make a similar difference for customers. “Jon pioneered the grain cart market 50 years ago. We have brought this (concept) back with improvements,” he continued.

Here are the changes to the Kinze Grain Carts for 2022:

– Improved cleaning, auger spout discharge control and grease bank for all dual auger angle models: 1321, 1421, 1521 and 1721.

– New model numbers for the twin screw grain trucks: 1121, 1321, 1421, 1521 and 1721. The first two digits represent hundreds of bushels, the third number indicates a single or twin screw and the last number is the generation of the model.

– The name of the Harvest Commander will return for all grain carts.

– All models present improved graphics, including “Kinze Man” character in the back of trucks.

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