The winner of June’s $200 Steiner gift card is Dean Benschoter. Dean is from Algona, Iowa and has been a customer for 4 years. Dean is looking forward to working on his Ford tractor. Congratulations, Dean!
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Earlier this week I challenged you to a quiz: can you recognize these tractors (make and model) without their color or decal? Here are the answers. Kudos to Ryan Foster for being the first person to get nearly all of them correct! Tractor #1: Ford 5000. Tractor #2: Cockshutt 20. Tractor #3: Ford 871 (give yourself a […]
It’s a common question: “Do I really need to own a manual for my tractor?” After all, manuals aren’t free (most cost around $20), and with all the information available online these days it seems a little old-school to buy one. Besides, who wants to read the directions! It seems like a lot more fun […]
You can learn exactly when your Ford tractor was manufactured. It just takes a little bit of know-how to find and decipher the codes on your tractor. Here’s how: First, locate the date code. You’ll find it on the right side of your tractor, imprinted on the flywheel housing. Look just behind the starter and […]
I visited the Polk auction this past Thursday, March 17. My sister Hannah and I had a great day meeting fans, visiting with old friends, and seeing all the show-stopping tractors. In case you missed the sale, here are some highlights! Let’s start with the John Deere tractors – the Polk Auction folks really know […]
Do you have a favorite antique tractor brand? If not, you should! Here are six reasons why brand loyalty matters: Repairs are easier. Once you’ve worked on one model of your preferred brand, you’ll probably have an easier time working on other models from the same maker. Every company has their own way of doing […]