Case IH introduces rugged RMX790 offset disk

October 2004
Southeast Farm Press;10/20/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rugged, new CASE IH RMX790 offset disk, which is a stronger, heavier and more reliable option for finishing, plowing and other tillage activities. It also is available in larger folding sizes for increased productivity. Offered in both rigid mainframe and larger folding configurations, the RMX790 available in a plowing version, as an all-purpose offset disk or as a finishing offset disk, depending upon a grower's tillage challenges. The increased strength and ruggedness of the RMX790 begins with a mainframe constructed with 6-inch by 8-inch structural tubing, a 47 percent larger section on the tongue hitch plate, and a newly designed front-left hitch pull plate that's 60 percent stronger.


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