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Delivery Changes for the Better

Try our New Delivery, Save Time and Money

All online orders choosing Economy or Standard Delivery will receive the lowest base rate for ANY size order. Take advantage of this introductory offer between September 13th and October 4th, 2018!

With our new website just around the corner we wanted to introduce our new Delivery options. Now it will be easier then ever to calculate your cost when ordering parts. You can choose to ship Economy when you are in no hurry to start your project, Standard when you are ready to get started soon, or Premium when your tractor is sitting in the field waiting for your help.

With our new options you can also gauge where you fall in the  cost chart and maybe add a little something extra to your order for no extra. We hope this straight forward delivery chart makes things as easy as just picking an option and getting your parts on the way!

Our US customers can take advantage of an introductory price for Economy and Standard delivery services while you wait for the brand new SteinerTractor.com experience, which launches on October 4th, 2018.

Check out all our delivery information here.

Welcome August additions!

August brought two little additions to our Steiner Tractor Parts family.

Amanda Mrva (Customer Service Rep), husband Ron, siblings Alan, Olivia and Ella welcomed a new addition to their family. Allison Joanne was born at 3:57am on August 24th. She was 7 lbs 5 oz and 22 inches long.

Congratulations Mrva’s!


Alex MacKenzie (Shipping dept) and girlfriend Trisha welcomed their little addition. Drake Anthony MacKenzie was born on August 25th at 2:40am He weighed 7 lbs 11 oz and  19 ½ inches long.

additions Drake

Drake Anthony MacKenzie

Congratulation Alex and Trisha!

September Celebrations

Birthdays ~

1st  – Deona Vorhies

2nd – Zachery Hyder

9th – JR Roberts

19th – Kristin Woods

26th – Christopher Wright

27th – Suzette Thomas

Steiner Anniversaries ~

1st – Mandy (MJ) Crawford – 3 years (Customer Service)

3rd – Lisa Warren – 4 years (Customer Service)

9th – Emily Rosser – 16 years (Purchasing)

14th – Zach Slagor – 9 years (Research and Development)

24th – Brandi Erickson – 9 years (Customer Service)

29th – Randy Fenner – 9 years (Warehouse – Storefront)

September Featured Photo

September’s featured photo was submitted by Cary Bolton. This photo was chosen as a winner in our annual photo contest and will be featured in the 2019 Steiner catalog.

 

“This is a 1963 Massey Ferguson 65 tractor with multi-power. I purchased it at an estate sale. It had been rode hard and put away wet many times. I am going to split the tractor and put in the necessary seals and check the clutch. I also need to go through the hydraulic system. The tractor runs but needs a good tune-up and the exhaust system fixed. I have been looking for parts in various places but was delighted to find that the steering wheel is available new from Steiner at a price close to ones found at salvage yards. I will go with the new one! I need to do alot of work on the seat before I can order new cushions, which i’ll get from Steiner as well. I will take some more pictures and send them along after I get it going again. Before I fix this one though, I am going to work on a 1963 Massey Ferguson 50 that needs less work. Those parts will come from Steiner as well.”

 

To view all of 2019 catalog contest winning photos, click here.

August Featured Photo

August’s featured photo was submitted by Bill Adams. This photo was chosen as a winner in our annual photo contest and will be featured in the 2019 Steiner catalog.

 

Joe Tarbet, a good friend of Bill’s that restored this Oliver 550, helped Bill start collecting and restoring antique tractors. Joe found this Oliver 550 in a very dilapidated condition at a cotton gin yard near Lamesa, Texas. In its last years it had retired from plowing and was used to pull cotton trailers around the gin. Bill watched Joe restore this Oliver 550 and several years later when Joe decided to liquidate his collection, Bill was fortunate to be able to buy it.
To view all of 2019 catalog contest winning photos, click here.

Case 511B

1958 Case 511B


My Dad bought this 1958 Case 511B new in 1959 and it’s one of the first tractors I learned to drive. I thought it was time for some needed repairs and a new paint job. I got it finished with some parts from Steiner TractorParts. It stills runs great.

Larry Ratke
Arapaho, Oklahoma

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Sitting in the Shed

Setting in the Shed
Setting in the Shed – 1957 Farmall 450 Diesel

Back in college I was helping a farmer in the Summer and saw it setting in the shed, and fell in love. It was a 1957 Farmall 450 diesel with TA. He said it hasn’t run in years due to a bad injector. So I am 29 now and 2 years ago it came up for sale so my Dad and I purchased that same tractor.

I was able to find a used injector online and got it running. It needs a radiator due to a hole in the top and a few minor things like a tachometer, headlight wiring, and I did drain 15 gallons of water from the transmission. But it dyno’s at 58 hp which was enormous for a 50’s tractor. And only being produced from 1956-1958 it is rather rare.


I have always loved IH/Farmall tractor since I was little. I have recently acquired my late Grandfather’s restored 1945 Farmall H, and I know he would of loved to see what I’ve accomplished so far with the 450. And it sounds killer with a straight stack. I plan to use the tractor in parades and to use it around the farm when making hay, not work it too hard,  just enough to keep it from dying a slow death from just setting around. I feel all old equipment should have its legs stretched at least once a year.

Jake Rygiel
Wisconsin

Read more Farmall / International stories here.

July $200 Gift Card Winner

The winner of the July’s $200 Steiner gift card is Terry Wilson of Sebastopol, California. Terry has been a Steiner customer for over 2 years and his favorite tractor brand is John Deere. Congratulations, Terry! View Previous Winners >>

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