Case IH Farmall C
With an extensive range of factory options, Case IH Farmall C tractors are ready for all kinds of agricultural, municipal and industrial tasks. Various options for tyres, hydraulic connections, front linkage and loaders allow for a broad spectrum of jobs to be performed.
The Case IH Farmall C has been designed to fit the exacting demands of your business. Compact dimensions and tight turning manoeuvrability enable easy access to the traditional barns and livestock sheds around the farmyard without sacrificing any driver comfort. In field applications there is a wide range of track settings and tyre combinations to ensure Farmall C is configured correctly to avoid crop damage.
COMPACT DIMENSIONS Cab design on Farmall C has been optimised to enable the tractor to be comfortably driven through a 2.5 m doorway on 16.9R30 tyres without issue. On the same tyres, Farmall C has an overall width of under 2 m, which means the narrow feed passages of older livestock sheds will present no barriers.
EASY MANOEUVRABILITY Low effort steering and a 55 degree turn angle on 4 wheel drive models ensure tight turns are always possible. For the ultimate in manoeuvrability, there is a 2 wheel drive version that is the ideal choice for the ever reliable scraper tractor or as the power unit for a diet feeder wagon.
PERFECT ALIGNMENT In vegetable or horticultural applications the track widths can easily be adjusted between 1.4 m to 1.9 m to straddle a wide range of bed grown produce, whether in open fields or under polytunnels.
MAXIMUM TRACTION The 4-wheel drive axles of the Farmall C range are equipped with a self-locking differential or an electro-hydraulic differential lock (Farmall 85 C to 115 C only). The electro-hydraulic 4 WD is unbeatable when it comes to in-field traction and working on slopes, and the front and rear differential lock will keep you going in loose soils and wet conditions whilst when unlocked this system will deliver zero tyre scrub around the yard.
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