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Camso Improves Road Speed With RD 4500 Tracks

Posted on September 10, 2018

Camso Inc. has unveiled its newest rubber tracks, the RD 4500 Track Series, which help farmers maximize uptime by increasing the speed they can travel when on the road.

Camso says the 4500 High Roading Tracks help customers travel up to 50% faster while pulling implements.
Camso says the 4500 High Roading Tracks help customers travel up to 50% faster while pulling implements.
The new tracks will premiere on the updated 2019 Case IH Rowtrac tractors.

With the 4500 High Roading Tracks on the updated 2019 Rowtrac tractors, customers can travel up to 50% faster while pulling implements, when compared to the previous track generation. “Reduced travel time on the road means up to a 16% increase in productivity,” says Martin Lunkenbein, service and aftermarket sales executive director of agriculture at Camso.

The company introduced the RD 4500 track series at the 2018 Farm Progress Show.

The RD 4500 Track Series are original equipment on the new 2019 Case IH Rowtrac tractors.
The RD 4500 Track Series are original equipment on the new 2019 Case IH Rowtrac tractors.
“As the track market leader, we’re committed to help drive the evolution of farming, and support the needs of our customers,” says Lunkenbein.

These new tracks provide the tractor with the capacity to achieve roading speed of up to 25 mph on narrow tracks. “By combining the best rubber compounds with our unique process, we can offer the market the right track to the market for roading and row crop applications."

Camso says it continues to work on developing a broad range of tracks for all farming applications. “We offer tracks to increase mobility, flotation and reduce soil compaction. From field prep to planting, harvesting and transport, Camso tracks help producers maximize their work while lower operating costs,” says Lunkenbein.

For more information, visit www.camso.co.

Related Topics: Camso, Farm Progress Show, farm tires, Martin Lunkenbein, OE fitments, rubber tracks

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