Changes improve popular Case range
Updates for Case 3200 and 4200 series tractors.
CASE IH 3200/4200 Series tractors have undergone a number of changes which the firm hopes will ensure continued success for the range.
LP models – those equipped with a low profile cab – now have front opening windscreens as standard and three-pin sockets to power external equipment. These are also fitted to XL cabs. Cabs on the 3220 and 4210 models now get two front and two rear worklights.
Factory-fitted air conditioning is optional equipment on 4230XL and 4240XL models, with Case finding another 2hp to power the air conditioning plant on the now 90hp 4240. The engine upgrade is also claimed to produce an extra 6hp at the pto and a 6% increase in torque back-up.
When it comes to transmissions and hydraulic systems, the 4210 is now equipped with a shiftable pto as standard, replacing the 540 rpm single speed version. The first double-acting remote valve of the hydraulic system on all models has a check valve to prevent leak-back when implements are raised.
Other changes include an increased battery box height on models where heavy duty batteries are fitted and two-wheel-drive versions of the 3220 have a front tyre size increase to 7.50 x 16. *