Just went to a 4" paired row carbide flexi sead boot, from a 3" on our flexi 5000. We run the stealth body system with the nh3 and a 1" tip. With the 4" boots it almost like they are 'plowing' or "pushing" rather that " gliding" through the soil. The 4" boots are cast different and seem to be more aggressive and have some different angles to them. Got 30 acres on them and had the odd plugged seed boot. As well as the odd nh3 run plugged, and conditions are ideal. Anyone else on here running the same style of boot that could shed some light ? Should a guy be shimming the top bolt to change the angle a bit? As you can see in the pics it builds up between the two **** on the bottom of the boot, then eventually plugs the nh3 run. Any insight is appreciated !
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