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May Wes Intros Poly Skid Shoe Replacements for Case IH 3020 Flex Head

May Wes Intros Poly Skid Shoe Replacements for Case IH 3020 Flex Head

Kits come in heavy-duty sizes to fit 20-ft., 25-ft., 30-ft. and 35-ft. headers.

May Wes's new Poly Skid Shoe replacement for the Case IH 3020 Flex Head is made of 100% virgin poly material to assure customers of a tough, flexible bearing surface on the ground with their harvester's flex head.

The kits are pre-drilled and feature construction of ultra-high molecular weight material and come in sizes to fit the Case IH machines from 20- to 35-foot widths. The skid shoe is 3/8-inches thick in heavy wear areas, and being a one-piece design leaves no open areas for debris infiltration.

More information on the line is available at: MAYWES.

Poly Skid Shoe from May Wes helps Case IH's 3020 Flex Head glide over wet, sticky stalk residue and soil.

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