Keeping Your Farming Equipment In The Field With Proper Maintenance And Service
Commercial farming requires a lot of equipment, and keeping the equipment running takes a lot of time. Maintenance and services can tie up an entire day on these large machines, but working with Case IH tractor services allows you to have a technician deal with the service work for you.
Like a car or truck, a tractor needs regular service to perform its best. While much of the service can be done by the crew on the farm, sometimes it is more convenient to have a Case IH tractor service technician come out and handle the service for you.
The tractor service technician can handle anything from oil changes and system checks to large repairs that involve replacing parts on your equipment. If you have a machine down at a critical time of the year, you may need to be in the field, and bringing in a technician to work on the equipment is often the best option.
The tech will come out with tools and equipment to handle most work that needs to be done, and if there is a problem with a tractor that requires parts, they can bring the parts with them. If the nearest Case IH parts dealer is not close by, having the technician come to you can save a significant amount of time and money while getting your machinery back up and running.
Some farms will replace the parts on their tractors themselves to save time and money. Because they run the tractors and other equipment all day, most farmers understand the systems and have the knowledge to work on the equipment right in the yard.
Often, the farmer will order parts from the nearest Case IH parts dealer and change them on the farm. Typically the farm has an equipment shed that is large enough to put the equipment in and work on it there. Most farms have a wide variety of tools and equipment available to do the work, and few people working together can get the work done quickly and get the machine functioning again.
If the tractor or other equipment is still under warranty, it is a good idea to call the dealership to find out if you can make the repairs without voiding the warranty on the machine. Sometimes if you use genuine Case IH parts to do the work, you can do it yourself, but on new equipment, you may have to wait for someone to come out and assess the issue and make the repairs. Contact a Case IH parts provider to learn more.