Kinze Mach Till 412

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  • Tungsten carbide scrapers
  • OTICO furrow rollers
  • Smooth or double-V discs
  • Weight distribution
  • Double-V discs
  • Large Flotation tire
  • Heavy built frame
  • Hydraulic jack
  • Articulating hitch
  • Easy hydraulic hookup
  • Independent disc arm
  • Mechanical depth control



  • Each disc is mounted on an independent disc arm that provides 11.5″ of clearance to avoid rocks and follow rough terrain
  • Disc arms are pre-loaded with four rubber spring elements to enable the discs to clear rocks and other obstacles while following land contours
  • The weight of the heavy frame is distributed over 2 to 4 high flotation tires
  • A full width rubber furrow roller provides optimum, non-compacting performance in various soil conditions
  • All contact areas are specially designed to minimize impact on soil structure
  • Both the 20″ concave smooth and double-V discs are shallow-faced and provide an aggressive cutting edge to till and invert the soil while eliminating compaction layers
  • The 10″ space between each disc enhances residue flow and eliminates plugging
  • Maintenance-free double-sealed bearings, carbide roller scrapers, composite bushings, and oversized pins throughout provide many acres of low maintenance operation


Width 41'
Transport width at tires 13'-6"
Transport width (high position) 16'-0"
Transport width (low position) 17'-8"
Transport length 27'-6"
Field length 33'-0"
Transport height ---
Transport height (low c/w rubber roller) 13'-6"
Transport Height (High c/w rubber roller) 14'-0"
Weight (c/w rubber roller, scraper & 20" discs) 37,800 lbs
Hitch weight 10,500 lbs
Number of discs @ 5" spacing overall 98
Disc diameter 20"
Disc arm mounting Rubber torsion - 4 elements per arm
Disc arm angle 17° rear, 14° front
Disc spacing 5" Spacing (10" per row)
Tire size - center (high flotation) 750/45R22.5
Tire size - wing 600/50R22.5
Engine HP 12 to 15 HP per foot1
Hydraulics - at 2,500 psi 18 to 20 gmp