Looks like you know how to make a Case row unit work then. I would warn that the 2000 series is heavy, the one here was a 16/31 on tracks and it still was sinking in soft conditions. If you are typically drier then the weight might not be a bad thing. I ran both Pro-Stitch and Furrow Cruisers on my drill and the Pro-Stitch is way more durable, I would definitely stick with them.
And the PP stuff might be over-priced like most other equipment nowadays, but it definitely isn't over-rated. Those meters work very well.
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