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REPLACEABLE MULTI-SHOOT TIPS

Multi-shoot replaceable tips are available in paired row or side band options.

We partner with Leth Iron in Lethbridge, AB to cast our replaceable carbide tips, providing Canadian-made products with superior wear resistance.

All replaceable tips on this page use bolt and nut combo 200-BNC-3100.

Multi-Shoot Considerations

When using multi-shoot replaceable tips, mixing between seed and fertilizer may occur.

PAIRED ROW TIPS
610-TIP-4041
610-TIP-4041
610-TIP-4041
610-TIP-4041
Vos-seeding-diagram-4041
610-TIP-4041

CARBIDE TIP

4” (102mm) paired row cast chrome tip with carbide insert on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing to maintain a sharp cutting edge.

This Paired Row liquid or granular double shoot tip has no vertical seed/fertilizer separation.

Fits: Bourgault, C-Shank, Case IH, Horsch, Morris

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610-TIP-4030
610-TIP-4030
610-TIP-4030
Vos-seeding-diagram-4030-688-HLD-1000
610-TIP-4030

CARBIDE TIP

4” (102mm) paired row cast tip with carbide insert on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing to maintain a sharp cutting edge. This Paired Row liquid or granular double shoot tip has no vertical seed/fertilizer separation.

610-TIP-4035
610-TIP-4035
610-TIP-4035
610-TIP-4035
Vos-seeding-diagram-4030-688-HLD-1000
610-TIP-4035

CARBIDE TIP

4” (102mm) paired row cast tip with extra long carbide insert on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. These tips have a 3/4″ (19mm) vertical drainage trench. Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing to maintain a sharp cutting edge. This paired row liquid or granular double shoot tip has no vertical seed/fertilizer separation.

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610-TIP-3581
610-TIP-3581
610-TIP-3581
610-TIP-3581
Vos-seeding-diagram-3581
610-TIP-3581

CARBIDE TIP

3-1/2” (89mm) paired row cast chrome tip with 3/4” (19mm) vertical separation of liquid, granular, or aqua NH3 fertilizer. Carbide inserts on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing maintain a sharp cutting edge. Carbide inserts at the back of the underside of the wings seal fertilizer trench prior to seed placement.

Fits: VOS (Versatile Opener System)

610-TIP-4081
610-TIP-4081
610-TIP-4081
610-TIP-4081-underside-BTT-Bourgault-Tillage-Tools-Replaceable-Tip
610-TIP-4081 / 4082 / 4085

CARBIDE TIP

4” (102 mm) paired row cast chrome tip with carbide insert on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing maintain a sharp cutting edge. Carbide inserts at the back of the underside of the wings seal up fertilizer trench prior to seed placement.

This tip has a 3/4” (19 mm) vertical separation of liquid, granular, or NH3 fertilizer.

610-TIP-4082 has additional carbide along the sides of the fertilizer trench, below the wings, to provide extra-wear life.

Not recommended for use on Case IH 800/900 or NH P2070.

Fits: VOS (Versatile Opener System)

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610-TIP-6082
610-TIP-6082
610-TIP-6082
610-TIP-6082
Vos-seeding-diagram-6082
610-TIP-6082

CARBIDE TIP

6” (152mm) paired row cast tip with carbide insert on the nose for excellent penetration and wear resistance. These tips have 3/4” (19mm) vertical separation of liquid, granular, aqua NH3, or aqua NH3 + phos fertilizer.

Carbide inserts on the underside of the wing maintain a sharp cutting edge. Carbide inserts at the back of the underside of the wings seal up fertilizer trench prior to seed placement. Additional carbide is placed along the sides of the fertilizer trench, below the wings, to provide extra-wear life.

Fits: VOS (Versatile Opener System)

*Drawings for illustration purposes only. All measurements shown are approximate. Results may vary with multiple factors including soil conditions, ground speed, application rates, fan speeds and more. In less than ideal conditions, mixing between seed and fertilizer may occur. For more information please refer to our precautions and risk factors.

SIDE BAND TIPS

612-TIP-0211
612-TIP-0211
612-TIP-0211
612-TIP-0212
612-TIP-0212
612-TIP-0211
Seeding-diagram-0211-0212
612-TIP-0211 / 0212

CHROME TIP

Side band cast chrome tip with carbide inserts on the nose and the underside of the wing for excellent penetration and wear resistance. The seed is placed in a 3/4” (19mm) band onto a firm seedbed. Starter frtilizer is placed to the side onto a slightly lower shelf than the seed.

612-TIP-0211 (left wing)
612-TIP-0212 (right wing)

Fits: Bourgault TriMax™ Triple-Shoot System

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612-TIP-0711
612-TIP-0711
612-TIP-0711
612-TIP-0712
612-TIP-0712
612-TIP-0712-underside-BTT-Bourgault-Tillage-Tools-Replaceable-Tip
Seeding-diagram-0711-0712
612-TIP-0711 / 0712

CHROME TIP

Side band cast chrome tip with carbide inserts on the nose and the wing for excellent penetration and wear resistance. The seed is placed in a 3/4” (19mm) band onto a firm, unfractured seedbed. Fertilizer is delivered in a band off to the side (right or left) on the same level as the seedbed.

612-TIP-0711 (left wing) & 612-TIP-0712 (right wing)

Fits: Bourgault, C-Shank, Case IH, Morris, Väderstad Seed Hawk

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614-TIP-2711
614-TIP-2711
614-TIP-2711
614-TIP-2712
614-TIP-2712
614-TIP-2712-underside-BTT-Bourgault-Tillage-Tools-Replaceable-Tip-
Seeding-diagram-2711-2712
614-TIP-2711 / 2712

CARBIDE TIP

Side band cast chrome tip with carbide inserts on the nose and the wing for excellent penetration and wear resistance. A carbide wafer on the bottom of the fertilizer trough prevents bottom wear and keeps the fertilizer trench open. The seed is placed in a 1-1/2” (38mm) band 3/4” (19mm) above and to the side of the fertilizer row after the fertilizer trench has been closed by the wing.

614-TIP-2711 (left wing) & 614-TIP-2712 (right wing)

Fits: Bourgault, C-Shank, Case IH, Morris

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*Drawings for illustration purposes only. All measurements shown are approximate. Results may vary with multiple factors including soil conditions, ground speed, application rates, fan speeds and more. In less than ideal conditions, mixing between seed and fertilizer may occur. For more information please refer to our precautions and risk factors.

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