Case IH Seed Boot Changes
How they effect the Rebounder™
The New Seed Boot
When ordering Rebounder Seed Covers for your Case IH planter please note that there are a few different seed boots in circulation.
Verify that you have a new seed boot or one that has been recently updated. See the illustration to determine if you have either one of these seed boots.
If so, you will need to specify that you have one of these when you order Rebounders, and you will recieve the Orange Rebounder as pictured (note one hole in the top of it), along with the mounting bracket pictured below. Please note that the mounting bracket has the roll pin location on the TOP of the bracket, not the back part of the bracket.
The 2009 seed boot has a support piece welded in the back side of the seed boot under the cover disc bracket where it bolts to the seed boot. These IH seed boots work on 800/900/1200 series planters.
Be sure to check your seed boot before ordering Rebounders!
If You Have the Original Seed Boot
If you have the ORIGINAL seed boot, or one prior to 2009 then you will need to specify that when ordering Rebounders.
The picture below shows the OLDER seed boot along with the style of Rebounder, and mounting bracket. Please note the Rebounder has 2 holes at the top and the mounting bracket has the roll pin hole on the BACK of the bracket.
This style of Rebounder WILL NOT WORK with the new style bracket as shown above!
Updated Rebounder Bracket for New Case IH Seed Boots
Some farmers with the new Case IH planter seed boot were having difficulties with their Rebounders not staying centered over the furrow. The Rebounder was having a tendency to twist in this new style seed boot.
To address this problem, we have added an additional guard to the Rebounder bracket. This guard keeps the Rebounder centered.