Rachel Gingell is back in her workshop to demonstrate a Farmall Cub distributor repair & tune-up.
This is the newest video series of “From the Barn” – a collection of tractor repair videos offered exclusively online.
Follow Rachel through one of the most common and asked about repair for a wide range of tractors. Also review extra tips that will help you through your own rebuild with ease. Start watching today!
Customer Service Rep – Brandi and her husband Miles Erickson (Receiving Dept) added a new member to their family. Chase Lee Erickson was born on August 28th at 4:22 a.m., weighing 7 lbs 10 oz, and 19-¼” long.
Chase’s Grandma Mandy Woodall also works here in the Returns Dept. We are all very anxious to have this little guy come visit.
New Customer Service Reps Kasey Schwieman and Lisa Sharkey started last week, make sure and say welcome if they take your call.
New to our warehouse team are Eric Peelman and Devin Cunningham, welcome aboard guys!
Now available are our new Delco replacement distributor shaft bushing and shim kits in two of the most popular sizes, ABC3007 (2.867″ long) and JDS3012 (1.989″ long). View a full listing of applications and contents here >>
Jack Mader has been restoring Farmall tractors for years now. He has a large collection all red. I asked him last summer to paint a tractor pink for Breast Cancer and for our 6 grand daughters. This is the one he did, a 1942 B Farmall, double seats and dual custom exhaust. We love it and use it parades. It took first place in the State Fair in South Dakota. Complete with eye lashes, everyone loves it and we get lots of comments on it. The tractor was pruchased from the estate of one of Jack’s friends.
I bought this 1946 John Deere Model A 2 years ago to run a brush hog and single bottom plow on my acreage and to restore.