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Stock up on the right filters

Posted on: 10/01/2015
Posted in: Featured, General, Maintenance, Service

Filters may look similar from the outside, but looks can be deceiving. Will-fit/auto part stores filters typically contain paper or cellulose media. These filters can stop particles down to 25-35 microns. This may be adequate for some engines, but for longer engine life, particles of 10-20 microns should be removed as these are the sizes that can cause the most damage.

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The basics for longer-wearing tracks

Posted on: 10/01/2015
Posted in: Featured, General, Maintenance, Service

Tracks are an important element that make up your equipment’s undercarriage. Undercarriage maintenance is extremely important because it’s the most costly part of any tracked machine.

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Corn and Grain Header Inspection Points

Posted on: 09/10/2015
Posted in: Combine, Harvest, Video tips

Keep your corn and grain headers in peak condition this season. Watch the video for header maintenance tips and inspection points.

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ProRFV: Advanced Precision in Hay Production

Posted on: 05/21/2015
Posted in: Featured, Harvest, Hay and Forage, Video tips

A major challenge for today’s hay producer is to effectively identify and deal with the variations in moisture and hay quality. The Case IH ProRFV System is advanced software that views, records and tracks the Relative Feed Value (RFV) for […]

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Stay sharp with genuine Case IH cutting parts

Posted on: 05/08/2015
Posted in: Combine, Harvest, Video tips

When it comes to maximizing productivity and uptime, stay sharp with genuine Case IH sickle sections and disc mower blades.

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Analyze your operation for maximum productivity

Posted on: 05/08/2015
Posted in: Maintenance, Service

Identify minor problems before they become major failures with Systemgard™ Fluid Analysis. It provides a picture of fluid and internal system conditions without having to disassemble your machine.

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