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2020
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Model Number :
120
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JOHN DEERE 120DRAWN FLAIL SHREDDER

120 FEATURES
Front rubber deflectors
Heavy-duty gearbox
Steel rotor bearings
Convenient rear grease fittings

THREE SHREDDER CHOICES OFFER ONE RESULT: PURELY PULVERIZED STALKS AND STUBBLE
John Deere also offers two smaller drawn fail shredders: the 115 model with a 15 foot cutting width and the 120 model with a 20-foot cutting width. But just because theyre smaller, doesnt mean theyre not as tough. All have 14-inch-thick hoods to resist dents and holes. The rotors are driven by a single power-band belt.

They outlast typical three-belt drive mechanisms and are notched to reduce slippage. A standard overrunning clutch protects the drivelines when the PTO is disengaged and provides smoother operation at both ends of the field. And, the constant-velocity joint allows for sharp, rattle-free turns with the rotor running. The rubber safety shields are rust-resistant and wont dent. Steel shields are also available. So, when you add in John Deeres world class dealer support, these shredders are tough to beat. Ask your dealer about one soon.

Power-band drive belts. The 115 and 120 Shredders are driven by two, power-band belts, one on each side of the machine. They outlast three-belt mechanisms and lower replacement costs. Grooves reduce belt slippage.
Two knife choices. Heat-treated, side-slicer knives (shown) with machined cutting edges are standard. Optional tungsten-carbide, hard-faced knives are ideal for working in abrasive materials such as cotton stalks, corn stalks, and high brush. And because John Deere knives are thicker, they last longer.
All John Deere shredders feature an overrunning clutch to protect the tractor PTO and the shredder driveline when disengaging the PTO at high speeds. For extra productivity, choose the optional driveshaft with overrunning clutch and constant velocity joint. This lets you make 80-degree turns without disengaging, for virtually non-stop shredding.

FEATURES
STEEL ROTOR BEARINGS FOR INCREASED BEARING LIFE
The rotor bearings are now made of steel and have a three-lip seal to keep the dirt out and increase the life of the bearings.
The side and center bearings now have guards in order to avoid leaks and dust, increasing the life of the bearings.

DRAWN TRACTOR HOOKUP
The 100 Series Flail Shredder is available with a drawn tractor hookup.

HEAVY-DUTY JOHN DEERE DESIGNED GEARBOX
A heavy-duty gearbox transfers power to the power-band drive belts through cross shafts with intermediate bearing supports:
Gearbox has a constant-duty rating of 150 hp and a maximum rating of 225 hp.

RUBBER DEFLECTORS WILL NOT DENT OR RUST
Front rubber deflectors keep debris and other materials under the shredder and away from the tractor and operator. Because they are made out of rubber, they will not dent or rust.

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Disk hitch with hose support
Center-cut knives
Hydraulic cylinder with hoses
Constant- velocity drive shaft
Tires

SAFETY
Steel defector shields

Similar models may be shown in addition to the featured model. Equipment may be shown with options. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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