- The mid-range U MY24 series Case IH loaders for the brand’s Vestrum, Maxxum and short wheelbase Puma tractors, as well as Farmall A, Farmall C and Luxxum models, have been updated for 2024, with more model choice and improved features for enhanced visibility, robustness and performance
The first new model is the L4215U, a non-self-levelling loader which lifts 1.5t to 4.2m, and suits Vestrum, Maxxum and short-wheelbase Puma tractors. There is also a new L4525U, which lifts 2.5t to 4.5m, and features mechanical self-levelling. It matches short-wheelbase Puma models, and is now the highest capacity option for these tractors. The additions take the total model choice of U MY24 series loaders for Case IH tractors to 16 versions, to match a full variety of requirements and tractor models.
A new boom design on all new U MY24 series loaders features a sloping mid-section, creating a three-section boom design that enhances forward vision from the driver’s seat, complemented by a crossbar that has been lowered by 12cm. The new shape enhances strength and durability, and matches the hood profile of the tractors to which the loaders are fitted. A new painting procedure also helps maximise durability and differentiates moving and non-moving parts.
Elevated lift arms minimise any chance of interference with front wheels and mudguards, while the hydraulic hoses have been reoriented to minimise any risk of contact with tractor components and possibility of obscuring worklights. The headstock arm mounting points on the beam elbows that articulate the headstock have been redesigned to increase their surface bearing, with a forged pivot point on self-levelling models. Hydraulic hoses are now better protected thanks to a new shielding design.
The revised U MY24 series loaders are available to order now.