Case IH shows Class V combine

June 2004
Southeast Farm Press;6/16/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p7
Trade Publication
Case IH will upgrade its Class V combine offering for the 2005 harvest season with the introduction of the 2377Axial-Flow combine. The new Case IH 2377 combine features an upgraded grain tank capacity of 190 bushels, as well as 7,947 square inches of cleaning system area. In addition, AFX rotor is now standard equipment. Case IH is now able to extend the many advantages of revolutionary, high-capacity AFX rotor to 2377 Axial-flow combine. The tougher the conditions, the more pronounced the advantages in terms of throughput capacity, quieter operation, and reduced wear on the threshing components.


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