Why buy AMCO?
If you want a product that is built for long-lasting performance, look no further. We produce a tough tillage tool that is made to do the job right the first time and for years to come.
Where can I find current model machine specifications?
Find the product you have on our Products dropdown menu at the top of the page to find specifications along with a parts manual. If you still have questions, please call 800-748-9022 or email email@example.com.
How can I find my closest AMCO dealer?
Visit our dealer locator page and input your location information.
Where can I obtain a technical manual, operators manual, parts catalog, or video?
Locate your product under the Products tab to find all the information you need. Current manuals can be located here. If you still have questions, please give us a call at 800-748-9022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find non-current model machine specifications?
If you would like a copy of a parts manual for an older model to see if parts are still available, vintage manuals can be found on our manuals page. If you still have questions, please call 800-748-9022 or email email@example.com.
What is the best way to change the bearing in my Ditcher?
Please check out our video explaining how you can change your Ditcher bearing in under an hour without removing the chain and sprocket.
What does the “B” stand for in the F42 tool?
The “B” stands for big. These models feature our larger 86″ main frame.
What is the proper way to grease my Protect-O-Shield Bearings?
- The bearings should be re-lubricated with appropriate conforming grease on a daily basis after each use.
- During lubrication, the bearing should purge new grease and then be rotated to ensure complete fill of the cavity.
- The bearings should be re-lubricated with appropriate conforming grease at the end of the season.
What is the cutting depth of my disc blade?
A good rule of thumb is that the normal cutting depth of a disc blade is approximately one-third the blade diameter. For example, with 32″ blades, the cutting depth is about 8″. With 26″ blades, the cutting depth is about 6.5″.
A disc will incorporate residue into the ground roughly as deep as half the cutting depth. To break dirt clods most effectively, your second pass through the field with your disc should not be on the same angle as the first pass. Enter the field for the second pass anywhere from 30° to 90° off the angle of the first pass; this will help reduce streaks in the residue and provide a smoother soil finish.
How can I apply to become an AMCO dealer?
Please call 800-748-9022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I purchase parts for my AMCO equipment?
Visit your local certified AMCO dealer to purchase parts. If you don’t know your nearest dealer, visit our dealer locator page and input your location information.
How do I apply for a job at AMCO?
Walk in to our location at 800 South Industrial Parkway, Yazoo City, Mississippi, or apply through our local WIN Job Center. You can also call 800-748-9022 to request an application. We are always accepting applications.
I don’t see my question above.
Call AMCO at 800-748-9022 or email email@example.com. We’d be happy to help!