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Offered in both rigid mainframe and larger folding configurations, the Case IH RMX790 offset disk is available in a plowing version, as an all-purpose offset disk or as a finishing offset disk, depending upon a grower's tillage challenges.

Compared to earlier Case IH offset disk models, the disk has an easier-to-adjust leveling turnbuckle, simplified one-step lateral pin adjustment for tongue placement to optimize draft compliance and positive mechanical depth control with stop collars that fit over main lift cylinders, eliminating wear on holes.

It also features dual wheels with heavy-duty, eight-bolt hubs with replaceable spindles; and larger, standard 12.5 × 15 tires for better flotation and transport.

The rigid machines will be available late this fall and the folding model will be available next spring.
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Montana Tractors introduces a new line of small to mid-size farm tractors.

The tractors are available in seven compact 4WD models ranging from 27 to 45 hp and three VIP models, offering a choice of 2WD or 4WD, ranging from 43 to 57 hp.

The larger VIP lineup offers a choice of open station with ROPS or a “Big Sky” wrap-around, high-visibility cab.

Two of the compact models feature infinite speed hydrostatic transmissions.

The Montana Tractor line is manufactured in South Korea by LG Cable. Final assembly takes place at the headquarters facility in Springdale, AR.
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John Deere announces the availability of GreenStar AutoTrac for 50 Series combines (serial number 695101 and higher) and all 60 Series combines. All components are fully integrated for ease and convenience of operation.

GreenStar AutoTrac is an assisted steering system that uses three common components: GreenStar display, mobile processor and StarFire position receiver.

The AutoTrac steering system is controlled by the steering system unit (SSU), which is located under the cab. The SSU takes information from the GreenStar components and provides signals to the electrohydraulic valve to guide the combine.

The operator must still turn the combine at the end of each pass and steer around field obstacles when harvesting. The operator can easily regain steering control of the combine by simply turning the steering wheel.
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Shield Ag Equipment, Hutchinson, KS, introduces a new conservation ripper point. This ripper point wears two to four times longer than the stock OEM points and provides soil fracture with minimum surface disturbance. It scours up quickly and pulls easily.

The ripper point is designed to fit most disk and straight shank rippers.
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