Case IH engineers paid special attention to balance, weight distribution and flotation when designing the new Module Express™ pickers to keep ground pressure low.
To minimize soil compaction, even in tough field conditions, 500/95-32 R1.5 dual-drive tires are used up front for high flotation, with large 23.5-26 steering tires on the powered rear axle.
The Case IH Module Express 625 is easy on the ground.
The Balance Of Power
A longer chassis also contributes to balance, and combined with the powerful engine, a three-speed hydrostatic transmission and all-wheel-drive, the Module Express 625 can harvest in difficult conditions as easily as it does on dry ground.
Along with the high-flotation dual tires, these design features make the Module Express 625 one brawny performer that's remarkably light on its feet.