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The Morris carts are very accurate with their metering system matched to the head size, particularly in small seeds you can notice it.
Likes:
-Looks great with new paint scheme
-Better ladder/deck access
-Easy meter access and calibration
-Great conveyor
Not So Much:
-Tank sizes are hard to work with our rates (the 8XL was better)
-Needs lighting on the ladder, deck & under the bins when working at night
-Still hard to access & change R clips for standard & slow speed drive
-Oil cooler should be standard to heat up air in distribution
-It would be nice to have a machine already fitted with rotating beacons and oversize signs to comply with road rules instead of having to fit them all yourself
 

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the seals for the air lines going into the tanks suck. Cameras should be standard equipment,considering the price of the tank. the transmission everyone else had for manual seed rate is a lot easier to tweak than the sprockets
 

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the seals for the air lines going into the tanks suck. Cameras should be standard equipment,considering the price of the tank. the transmission everyone else had for manual seed rate is a lot easier to tweak than the sprockets
The sprocket trans Morris uses is by far and away better when "tweaking" is needed. Each tooth represents 3lbs in standard speed and 1/3rd lb in slow speed. Once initial weight is known rates can be changed up/down fairly accurately without reweighing.
 
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