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It is an Allis-Chalmers G we have finished much of the reconstruction. We are close to painting and then putting the wheels back on. Its rear tires are the original tires it came with while the front tires have been replaced. We have welded and fixed all of the sheet metal.
We are working on a 1950 Case VAC. It was frozen when we started it and we tore it all the way down to the crank to discover one frozen cylinder, a frozen hydraulic pump, and a cracked oil pump. We are now in the process of reassembling the motor and have reconnected it to the back end of the tractor. We also have started to polish it so that we can prime and paint it. We received and are planning to reorder our essential parts from Steiner Tractor Parts. The rear end initially had a leak and we will have to replace some things on the back end as well.
“It’s been two years since I started and I am one of the main girls that answers the phones and takes orders. I’m here to help any way I can ” Krystle
Krystle enjoys reading, video games, cross stitching, spending time with family, friends, and her pets. She and husband Andy share their home with their new daughter Danika, two cats Houdini & Jasmine, and dog Duke.
Two colleagues and I have recently began working on a 1956 Farmall 300. So far we have diagnosed the tractor of its problems, and have taken off some parts to be refurbished. After we had completed that step we decided to fix the haywire wiring (no pun intended). As we were working on that the coil burst, but we had that replaced. We are now one step closer to finishing the tractor, and getting it into running shape. We couldn’t have done it without the help of our friends at Steiner, thank you!
I am working on project Farmall 300 owned by a class mate, Jake Partlow. we are working on in our Ag-power class to restore the tractor to running condition. The tractor, a 1956, had spent about two years under cover with no use. in that time a lot of grime built up all over the tractor. So far we have cleaned out a family of mice and cleaned off as much dirt and grease as possible. we have removed, cleaned, and remounted the gas system, and also removed and cleaned the carburetor. Now we are trying to fix the many electrical issues, present because of Jerry-rigged parts. W
Me and two classmates are working on my grandpas 1956 farmall 300, we had to do some carb cleaning and also fix the wiring a bit. we are hoping to get it all clean and get it to run by the time school is out.;) ) i just want to give a shout out to Steiner Tractor Parts, we couldn’t have got as far as we are now if it wasnt for you.
This is the story of my Allis Chalmers ED-40, handed down to me from my father when I completed the restoration for a graduation project from high school in 2010. It has been in our family since 1981 and used on our farm regularly up until about a year before the restoration. It was run down, and my mother wanted to sell it, so my dad and I decided to tackle the project of restoring it. Mechanically, it was simple for the engine was in great running shape. All it really needed in the mechanical department were bearings, brakes, wiring, lighting, and all gauges were re-done. Cosmetically it was a train wreck. All new paint, sandblasting all around, welding patches on fenders and wheels (the old tractor fluid rusted large holes through wheels) and new decals completed the cosmetic job. I was so pleased on the drive home from the shop with all the waves and thumbs up from people through town. Once we got it home one day before the projects presentation at school, my mom had changed her mind about selling it and told us it was to never work in the field again, it looked too nice to mess up! At age 18 I had finally completed my first major restoration. It was completed in 3 months and I’ve taken it to shows around Western North Carolina and parades in my hometown, my favorite being the North Carolina Apple Festival Parade. College has slowed down my next project, a 1940 Farmall A that belonged to my Great-Grandfather, but it will be completed in the coming years and Steiner will surely be help with this one as well!
Hendersonville, North Carolina
Are you attending a tractor show next weekend? Snap a great photo and you could see it in the 2014 Steiner Tractor Parts catalog. Your photo may be selected to appear on the front cover, inside covers as well as inside the catalog. This year photos are uploaded using Facebook and will be voted on by Facebook users. We have three grand prize categories for which winners will receive their choice of either a new Kindle HD tablet or a $300 Steiner gift card. The categories are: best group (three or more) of a single brand of tractors, best group of multiple brands of tractors and best background for a single tractor. Other photos chosen for the 2014 catalog will receive a $25 Steiner gift. Grab your camera and enter today – the contest ends June 9, 2013. Be sure to share with your social networks to get more votes!