Work your ground efficiently and economically with the Work EZ disk harrow. This implement offers gang blade spacing that adjusts to meet your specific needs, and sealed bearings to minimize maintenance needs
Racine, WI (PRWEB) September 10, 2009
Case IH is expanding the company's loader and attachment offerings with the new Work EZ® line of implements. Built to fit Case IH legacy tractors and nearly all new and used competitive tractor brands, Work EZ implements from Case IH expand the power and ability of tractors to perform an even wider variety of chores.
"We're increasing the number of tools that make your work easier and your tractor more versatile," says Greg Lucey, Case IH marketing manager for Farmall tractors. "In addition to an economical price tag, Work EZ implements deliver the performance you expect from Case IH. They come with full support from a strong Case IH dealer network and an industry-leading parts and service team that Case IH customers demand."
According to Lucey, the rugged Work EZ line is also ideal for tractor owners who aren't directly involved in large-scale production agriculture, but who appreciate the powerful advantages of Case IH equipment. "Part-time farmers, professional landscapers, owners of acreages, horses, golf courses and municipalities - anyone who mows, maintains property or moves material should examine the new Work EZ line from Case IH."
Work EZ implements include loaders, box blades, rear blades, landscape rakes and disk harrows. "The Work EZ brand lets Case IH dealers meet the needs of more rural customers, including those who don't currently own red tractors," Lucey says.
All Work EZ implements from Case IH are compatible with a 3-point hitch on nearly any compact or utility tractor from 20 to 100 hp, regardless of brand or age. This includes Case legacy tractors, back to the 66 or 86 Series. "No matter what make, model or year of compact or utility tractor you work with, if it has a 3-point hitch, there's a Work EZ implement ready to help you do more, for less," says Lucey.
Work EZ loaders
Seven Work EZ loader models are available, with lift capacities ranging from 2,000 to 5,250 pounds and a maximum lift height of more than 15 feet, depending on the model. "Work EZ loaders from Case IH are configured to fit most tractors in just minutes," Lucey explains. "The loader mounting brackets and hydraulics allow many late-model tractors to use the Case IH Quick-Lock system, which makes attaching the loader quick and easy." Work EZ loaders also are available as pin-on models.
For attaching implements to the loader, the skid steer-type Quick-Attach system is standard on the three smaller Work EZ loader models. "You won't need much time or any tools to attach Case IH or Work EZ Quick-Attach implements - such as blades, brooms and blowers - to the loader," says Lucey. A Euro-Style attach, with implement hooks, is standard on the four largest Work EZ loaders.
Work EZ box blades
Eight Work EZ box blade models are available in 4- to 8-foot working widths (matching 30 to 100 tractor hp), including two standard-duty, three medium-duty and three heavy-duty/industrial models to handle a range of farmstead or jobsite applications. "Work EZ box blades are ideal for fast and efficient leveling, grading, scraping and backfilling," notes Lucey.
All models feature two 1/2 x 6 inch reversible cutting edges, and range in endplate thickness up to a 1/2 inch. The box depth is 17 inches for all models, except the three heavy-duty units, which are 19 inches. Each box blade has four to eight tempered scarifier shanks with superior strength and durability to break up hard ground.
Work EZ rear blades
For landscape grading, seedbed preparation, construction clean-up, spreading material and even snow removal, nine models of Work EZ rear blades are available. They come in working widths of 5 to 9 feet (matching 30 to 100 tractor hp), including two standard-duty, three medium-duty and four heavy-duty/industrial models.
Moldboards 60 to 108 inches wide provide plenty of room for scraped material to collect. "On most models, blade tilt and angle can be adjusted to match the job, and a standard offset adjustment of 12 inches lets you work close to obstacles," Lucey explains. "The blade's 1/2 x 6 inch cutting edge is reversible, giving you twice the life."
Work EZ landscape rakes
Three Work EZ landscape rakes from Case IH are available for precision soil preparation and leveling nearly any jobsite, roadway, shoulder or seedbed, as well as for gathering and cleaning up debris.
The standard-duty landscape rakes come in 60- and 72-inch widths (outer tine to tine) and feature flexible tine teeth, while the rock rake is 84 inches wide with tine teeth that do not flex. Each model features convenient 1-inch tine spacing for better material collection and sifting and more precise soil preparation.
"Plus, the rakes have five forward- and three reverse-tine bar angle positions and can rotate 360-degrees for greater operating flexibility," says Lucey.
Work EZ disk harrow
A durable tillage tool, the Work EZ 78DC disk harrow combines a heavy overall weight for excellent down pressure, a 70-inch cutting width, and twenty 18-inch notched front and rear blades to level and smooth out fields or gardens in preparation for seeding or managing crop residue.
"Work your ground efficiently and economically with the Work EZ disk harrow. This implement offers gang blade spacing that adjusts to meet your specific needs, and sealed bearings to minimize maintenance needs," adds Lucey.