3.4-m (134-in.) four-rank frame
The four-rank frame design of the 2410C has provided unmatched reliability to John Deere operators for over 10 years and a countless amount of acres. With operators requiring faster working speeds out of larger implements, machines require thicker frame tubes, additional diagonal bracing, and frame gussets to endure 600 engine horsepower tractors.
The frame stretches 3.40 m (134 in.) front-to-back, which allows for high levels of residue to easily flow through the staggered row units ensuring higher productivity and consistent nutrient placement. The large frame member sizes, tube-through-tube construction, and wheel module placement adds to the structural integrity, providing a stable front-to-rear and side-to-side operation.
The open frame design of the 2410C offers the ability to mount anhydrous distribution and nitrogen stabilizer systems in different locations throughout the bar based on user preference and convenience.
The ease of accessibility to the maintenance points of the machine is achieved through 1.1 m (44 in.) of underframe clearance. This enables the operator to save valuable time while experiencing less fatigue for routine maintenance and service.
Frame construction offers:
Consistent operating depth
Improved nutrient placement
Clear view of machine operation
Ease of serviceability
10 degrees up flex and 15 degrees down flex