Whether you are cutting hay or swathing canola, extra horsepower to muscle through the tough spots is a welcome addition, especially when that power doesn’t come at the cost of efficiency. Enhancements include:
The WD4 series windrowers offer engines with Case IH Efficient Power technology. Windrower field tests have demonstrated a minimum of 10 percent operating cost advantage compared to similar Tier 3 windrowers. The 4-cylinder WD1504 and 6-cylinder WD2104 and WD2504 deliver 150, 210 and 250 horsepower, respectively. The windrowers are equipped with our patented Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) - only exhaust aftertreatment technology to meet Tier 4 B/Final emissions requirements. Because it does its work outside the engine, in the exhaust system, the engine can be tuned to operate at its peak power and fuel efficiency.
WD4 windrowers also boast road speeds of up to 24 mph, so you can be more efficient and get another field cut before calling it a day.
The hydraulic steering system reduces the number of mechanical linkages required, creating tighter and more responsive steering. The system makes the machine easier to steer, especially at high road speeds.
These steering system updates have also improved drivability in the field. WD4 windrowers better follow the AB line when AFS AccuGuide™ autoguidance is activated. Case IH engineers adjusted the machine’s weight balance and developed caster wheels, set at a 3-degree angle.
The dual-circuit hydraulic system with two 40-gallon-per-minute (gpm) pumps results in faster cutting speeds while maintaining a clean-cut and well-formed windrows. The hydraulic system also runs cooler and more efficiently, maximizing machine performance in draper applications.
Case IH windrowers use the integrated AFS Pro 700 control center to not only manage windrower autoguidance functions, but also to control key machine functions and monitor windrower performance.
Emission-compliant, biodiesel-approved engines provide muscle to handle heavy loads, wet conditions and hillsides without slowdown.
Other features include:
Case IH windrowers utilize the AFS Pro 700 display. The AFS Pro 700 monitor is utilized on several other Case IH equipment offerings, making the displays tranferable to other eqiupment for ease of use.
Redesigned steering system that provides tighter control while retaining light touch steering
Offers an optional LED forward and rear facing work and stubble lighting package for optimal night time visibility.
|Model||WD1903 Series II|
|Sicklebar (Auger) Headers||Yes, 16' and 18' widths only|
|Draper Headers||Yes, with draper kit, all widths|
|Rotary Disc Headers||Yes, 16' max.|
|Double Windrow Attachment||Optional for specific headers|
|Hydraulic Header Reverser||Standard|
|Engine power, hp (kW)||190 (142)|
|Engine make||Case IH FPT|
|Number of cylinders||6|
|Displacement, cu.in. (L)||409 (6.7)|
|Aspiration||Turbo, w/ charge air cooler|
|Emission Tier Level||Tier 3|
|Radiator/Screen Cleaning||Outside Rotary Wand std; Inside chaff kit opt.|
|Alternator rating, Amps||150|
|Fuel tank capacity, gal (L)||120 (454)|
|Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tank capacity, gal (L)||No DEF|
|Transmission and Speeds|
|Transmission type||Hydrostatic, 2-speed std; 3-speed opt.|
|Maximum field speed, mph (kph)||11 (17.8)|
|Maximum road speed, mph (kph)||18 (29) std; 24 (39) opt.|
|Tires and Suspension|
|Tire Size, drive end||18.4x26, 12PR R4|
|Tire Size, engine end||14Lx16.1, 8PR|
|Suspended Rear Axle (engine end)||Optional air springs|
|Dimensions and Weight|
|Overall length w/header, in (mm)||np|
|Length w/o header, in (mm)||199.1 (5056)|
|Height to top of cab, in (mm)||np|
|Track width (drive end), in (mm)||np|
|Track width (engine end), in (mm)||np|
|Wheelbase, in (mm)||137.2(3485)|
|Crop clearance, in (mm)||42.5 (1080)|
|Weight, w/o header (kg)||12,300 (5580)|
|First Entry Date||7/1/2013|
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