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Case IH MX 305
Jon Hansen

When you see a Case IH 305 plowing in the field there is more than what meets the eye. First off most people just notice the red color and never give it a second look, but there are so many things that you are overlooking.

The Case IH MX 305 Magnum is a powerful machine. It is the second biggest front wheel assist tractor in the Case IH line up. It has right around three hundred horsepower. It is a nice sized tractor that can do just about everything that you will need to be done. Some things that you can use it for are: planting, spraying, cultivating, chiseling, pulling wagons, or on the auger cart. And that is just to name a few. This tractor is very versatile and there is practically no job too big or small for it.

When looking at our tractor you will notice some very nice features that it has. Many of these are options and are not on all MX 305 machines. We ordered the tractor so that it will meet our expectations of what we want it to have. It came off of the production line having all of these great things on it.

The first thing that you may notice is the extra tall tires. The backs are fifty inches tall. Normally the tractors only have forty-six inch tall tires. And the fronts are thirty-eight inches tall opposed to the thirty four inch tires on others. Having these larger tires makes the tractor able to go faster. This will also set the tractor up higher and make it easier to see in your wagon if in the grain cart. Also make it less likely to knock down tall crops when spraying your fields. The only real disadvantage to these tires is that you will have one more step that you will have to climb to get into the cab. This is not a problem for me but my grandfather is not a fan of it. That is why he only drives it then you don’t have to climb in and out of it very much. He is a very smart man.

Another nice feature that it has is its lighting. It has Case IH’s new three hundred and sixty degree lighting...
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