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Easily tension disk gang bolts
    • 50-mm (2-in.) disk gang bolts

      50-mm (2-in.) disk gang bolts

    • Gang tension system

      Gang tension system

    John Deere's 2600 Series Disks provide an innovative approach to tension disk gang bolts. 

Hydraulic fore-aft leveling enables operators to level disks from tractor cab
  • Hydraulic fore-aft levelingHydraulic fore-aft leveling

    Hydraulic fore-aft leveling comes as standard equipment with John Deere's 2600 Series Disks. Operators can level the disk from the comfort of the tractor cab.

230-mm (9-in.) blade spacing available for 2623 Disk
  • The 2623 Dual-Purpose Disk comes equipped with front solid- or cutout-spherical blades and rear solid spherical disk blades with 230-mm (9-in.) spacing. The base blade size is 610 mm x 5 mm (24 in. x 0.197 in.).


    Available blade options for the 2623 are listed below.

    • 230-mm (9-in.) blade spacing

      230-mm (9-in.) blade spacing

    230-mm (9-in.) spacing, front and rear

    • Good for seedbed preparation/chemical incorporation in medium to heavy soils
    • Works well in primary tillage in light to medium soils
    • Provides good residue-handling capability


    • The number 1 edge has a beefier profile and is best for rocky conditions.
    • The number 10 edge has a narrower profile and should work well in most non-rock conditions.
    • Rear main and wing gangs are tapered with one blade 51 mm (2 in.) smaller than the primary blade.
    • Integral furrow filler blades are included with all rear wing gangs which are 102 mm (4 in.) smaller than the primary blade.
    • Front outer gangs have a taper that is 51 mm (2 in.) smaller than the primary blade, except for 560-mm (22-in.) disk blades.
    • The John Deere 2623 offers customers a rollable blade option. Rollable disk blades support the
      edge-rolling practices that are commonly used. These blades can be rolled to restore the edge sharpness for customers needing a better penetrating blade.
    • The special boron-composite material is capable of enduring the edge-rolling techniques without jeopardizing blade edge durability and longevity. John Deere does not recommend rolling disk blades that do not have this rollable designation.
    • Number 1 edge (outside bevel, outside grind)

      Number 1 edge (outside bevel, outside grind)

    • Number 10 edge (inside bevel, outside grind)

      Number 10 edge (inside bevel, outside grind)

    1. Bevel
    2. Grind
Mechanical wing control increases frame levelness for five-section disks
    • Spring pack

      Spring pack

    • Spring pack

      Spring pack

    John Deere’s mechanical wing control helps producers keep their frames level for five-section disks. Mechanical wing control is included in base equipment for all five-section 2600 Series Disks.

    With this feature, a large spring is placed in the wing frame on each side of the disk. As the pivot point in the wing starts to raise, the spring presses against that point to keep the disk level through tough field conditions.

    The red circles below illustrate the area of the disk where the large spring is place in the wing frame.

    • Mechanical wing control

      Mechanical wing control

    John Deere’s mechanical wing control is an industry-exclusive feature. A five-section disk without mechanical wing control can show up to 75-mm (3-in.) of depth inconsistency across the wing frame.

Different blade options for soil penetration and residue sizing
  • John Deere's 2600 Series Disks offer different blade options for soil penetration and residue sizing.

    • Cone blade

      Cone blade

    • Solid-spherical blade

      Solid-spherical blade

    • Cutout-spherical blade

      Cutout-spherical blade

     Blade type Cone blades
    (John Deere exclusive)
    Solid-spherical blades Cutout-spherical blades
     Recommended application
    • Primary tillage
    • Aggressive disking
    • Primary tillage
    • Secondary tillage
    • Primary tillage
     Recommended soil type Heavy soils Light to medium soils Heavy to medium soils 
     Benefits Move soil and reside freely, but also increase draft requirements Better control of soil than cone blades since less sensitive to over speeding Chopping or trapping residue
     Penetration Penetrate well at a 20-degree gang angle, but best at a 22-degree gang angle Penetrate best at a 20-degree gang angle Penetration is excellent with a cutout blade

    NOTE: Cone blades not recommended in rocky conditions.

    • Disk blades compatible with 2620 Disk
    • Disk blades compatible with 2623 Disk
    • Disk blades compatible with 2625 Disk
2600 Series includes disks for light, medium, and heavy-duty tillage
    • Ground-engaging components on 2623

      Ground-engaging components on 2623

    • Three-section disk in transport

      Three-section disk in transport

    The John Deere 2600 Series offer three disk models that provide a wide range of variety for all tillage applications.

  •  Model

    2620 Disk 2623 Disk  2625 Disk
     Purpose Secondary (light duty) Dual purpose (medium duty) Primary (heavy duty)
     Working depth (mm, in.) Up to 130 mm (5 in.) Up to 180 mm (7 in.) Up to 200 mm (8 in.)
     Weight per blade (kg, lb) Minimum 68 kg (150 lb) Under 13.4 m (44 ft)
    Minimum 86 kg (190 lb)
    Over 13.4 m (44 ft)
    Minimum 91 kg (200 lb)
    Minimum 127 kg (280 lb)
     Blade size (mm, in.) 560 or 610 mm
    (22 in. or 24 in.)
    610 or 660 mm
    (24 in. or 26 in.)
    610 or 660 mm
    (24 in. or 26 in.)
     Blade spacing (mm, in.) 185 or 230 mm
    (7.25 in. or 9 in.)
    230 mm (9 in.) 230 mm (9 in.)
    (front) and 280 mm
    (11 in.) (rear),
    or 280 mm (11 in.)
     Horsepower (hp/m, hp/ft) 23 - 36 m/hp (7 - 11 ft/hp)  23 - 36 m/hp (7 - 11 ft/hp)  26 - 36 m/hp (8 - 11 ft/hp)
     Working widths (m, ft) 6.3 m - 15.0 m
    (20.75 ft - 49.25 ft)
    6.3 m - 15.0 m
    (20.75 ft - 49.25 ft
    7.2 m-12.4 m
    (23.58 - 40.66 ft)
     Operating speed (km/h, mph 6.5 - 11.3 km/h
    (4 - 7 mph)
    6.5 - 11.3 km/h
    (4 - 7 mph)
    6.5 - 11.3 km/h
    (4 - 7 mph)
     Recommended use
    • Light to medium soils
    • Seedbed preparation
    • Medium to heavy soils
    • Seedbed preparation
    • Residue sizing
    • Residue incorporation
    • Heavy soils
    • Residue sizing
    • Residue incorporation
Sealed maintenance-free bearings improve productivity
    • Sealed maintenance-free bearings (front view)

      Sealed maintenance-free bearings (front view)

    • Sealed maintenance-free bearings (bottom view)

      Sealed maintenance-free bearings (bottom view)

    John Deere’s 2600 Series Disks feature a sealed maintenance-free bearing. A high-density polymer liner allows the bearing to dynamically align the shaft in rough field conditions. The bearing and high-density polymer liner sit inside cast housing. This cast housing was designed for strength and reliability as well as a built-in bearing wear guard.

    These bearings increase productivity by reducing the amount of time needed to service the disk before operation and allowing customers to spend more time in the field.

Variety of residue managing solutions available
  • As crop yields increase, so does the amount of residue after harvest. The John Deere 2623 Disk provides operators with a disk that can be set to prepare a seedbed for planting or set to bury and size tough residue in primary tillage applications.


    Utilize the residue calculator to identity the optimal residue management solution to meet the customer’s needs.

Automate implement setup on GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display
  • John Deere Implement DetectionJohn Deere Implement Detection

    With John Deere Implement Detection, all of the settings used from the previous year or the factory-installed settings on new machines will automatically enter into the GreenStar 3 2630 Display simply by connecting the implement to the tractor. This technology eliminates the need to spend time taking measurements and trying to remember how the implement was setup last year.

  • When an implement with Implement Detection is connected to a tractor utilizing a GreenStar 3 2630, a notification will be populated informing the operator that an implement is now on the CAN Bus. The one-page notification will indicate the implement's name, connection type, and other settings saved to the implement controller.

    The notification will address each individual setting showing the operator whether the implement settings successfully transferred to the 2630 or not. From this notification, users have the option to accept settings and move to the run page, or they can select the Equipment soft key that takes them to the equipment setup page so they can make adjustments to implement settings if necessary.

    All changes to implement settings will override previous settings and will be stored to the controller. If the implement is moved between tractors or displays switched, the implement settings are automatically sent to the display once the ISO connector is reconnected.

  • Required implement information Implement Detection 
     Type X
     Model X
     Name X
     Connection type X
     Widths X
     GPS offsets X
     Track spacing X

    John Deere Implement Detection provides a Green-on-Green advantage that addresses the single-most frustrating issue in the world of precision agriculture today - usability. Implement Detection will allow John Deere precision technology users to spend more time working and less time setting up their equipment. Enhancements such as this also begin to eliminate the mistakes made by operators in the field as well as reduce the dependence on others to help get the equipment setup like it was the prior year.

    Producers with non-John Deere implements can still see the benefits of John Deere Implement Detection when paired with a GreenStar 3 2630 Display and an independent Implement Detection controller. John Deere Implement Detection is designed to be paired with equipment not currently utilizing a controller; such equipment includes tillage implements, planter/seeders, dry-box fertilizer spreaders and sprayers.

    NOTE: Implement Detection is not compatible with AccuDepth™.

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