USA Made Grille for your International Tractor

IHS3103-1110REPLACE YOUR BROKEN IH GRILLE

Keep your tractor’s value and protect the radiator with a new grille. Finally an affordable grille replacement is on the aftermarket for the 666, 686, Hydro 70, Hydro 86. Our IHS3103 USA made grille is steel with durable silver paint. Make it a complete makeover with a new IHS1110 USA made radiator screen.
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Steps for your John Deere Tractor

EASY ON STEPS

JDStepWe make it easy to get on and off your John Deere with our step and bracket assemblies. We are now the exclusive seller of R.J. Mathiowetz steps. Made in the USA (brackets only) and built to last, these steps will simplify your life. Order one from our line up today.

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1953 Golden Jubilee – Think Pink

Matthew-LisI went to a barn sale for a farmer that was retiring. I asked his wife if they had any old tractors for sale. She said that they had an old one in the field. Her husband said he forgot about that one. We went out and looked at it. It was a 1953 Golden Jubilee. I bought the tractor right then and there. I went back the next day with my chain saw and cut it out and brought it home. I was able to get it running 3 weeks later. My wife thinks I am crazy but I always wanted one of these old tractors.

Matthew Lis
Dayton, Ohio

2015 CATALOG IS COMING SOON

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The 2015 Steiner Tractor Parts catalog is finalized! The proofs have been approved and the presses are running. Your catalog is scheduled to mail on November 13, 2014*. We have added hundreds of new parts for 2015 that are easily recognized in the catalog by “NEW!” located in front of each part’s description. Be sure to take a look at our new 2015 Steiner commemorative hat on page 1. Get a H15 with your order of $150 for only 99¢!

*Please note that a catalog bulk mailing can require 2-4 weeks for delivery.

1946 Farmall B ~ Think Pink

BJ-MoretzHere is my wife Jill and our great Niece Hayden. They are riding our 1946 Farmall B. I added a second seat so my wife could go along on tractor rides with me. Alot of folks mistake the second seat for a stock item as I used the same components as the original seat on the right side. It has been a fun tractor to own.

BJ Moretz
Patterson, North Carolina