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.
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.
Olivia, Alan, Ella and Allison
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.
Drake Anthony MacKenzie
Congratulation Alex and Trisha!
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)
3rd – Jeff Koresh
4th – Shannon Weber
9th – Kory Meyers
15th – Michael Fisher – Lucky 21!
24th – Dan Steiner
29th – Trevor Allen
Steiner Anniversaries ~
11th – Jonathan Ellis – 2 years (Warehouse – Shipping)
27th – JR Roberts – 14 years (Research and Development)
30th – Bob Champagne – 8 years (Warehouse – Shipping)
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.
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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.
Read more Farmall / International stories here.
5th – Mandy Woodall – Nifty 60!
18th – Elizabeth Whiting – Look who’s 40!
18th – Jacob Ford
27th – Dennis Braid
31st – Miles Erickson
Steiner Anniversaries ~
5th – Rachel Taphouse – 2 years (Customer Service)
6th – Zach Hyder – 3 years (Warehouse – Receiving)
15th – Thomas Nordhof – 5 years (Tech Dept)
16th – Eric Carlisle – 3 years (Warehouse – Receiving)
18th – Dawn Miller – 23 years (General Manager)
28th – Angela Crawford – 2 years (Customer Service)
31st – Craig Craven – 9 years (Pricing Manager)
My name is Michael Hollst, these are pictures of my dad, Gilbert Hollst’s, 1950 Farmall M that he bought new. The tractor was sold to our cousin, Wes Zaugg in 1974 at our farm sale after my dad got sick and we had to quit farming.
My two brothers, two cousins and I still own the original farm outside of Yutan, Nebraska that our great Grandfather bought in 1874 from the original RR homesteader. My cousin Wes restored my Dad’s old Farmall M to better then new condition, added power steering, an Oliver 3 point, fenders with a 2 way hyd system. He then replaced the tires and anything else it needed. He then straightened all the tin work and painted the tractor International red in Imron paint. Wes then sold the tractor back to my brothers and I ( at a very low price ) so that it could in his own words “go back home where it belongs”. I will always be grateful to my cousin for his hard work & kindness for selling us our dad’s tractor back, it will be a treasured heirloom in our family.
The picture of the small boy on the Farmall M is my 3 year old nephew, Lane sitting on his favorite tractor, which is now his according to him. Which makes him the 4th generation to drive our Dad, Gilbert’s tractor.
On a side note I also have my Grandpa Hank Hollst 1936 F-20 that I am currently collecting parts for to restore, the majority of the parts are coming from Steiner’s. The F-20 was my Grandpa Hanks first tractor, which he always told me he traded two teams of draft horses and $300 for the tractor. I would like to dedicate them in my Dad and Grandpas memory and credit the restoration to my cousin Wes Zaugg,
Read about more International / Farmall stories here.
Restoration of Super M
Before picture of Super M
This 1953 Super M purchased by Tom Schram in 2017 to help advertise their auction business (Schram Auction / Gretna, Nebr.) The tractor didn’t run and had sat for several years. The tractor was in good condition and very original it had been stored inside. Tom’s brother (John) restored the tractor and did a first class job. John is standing by the tractor in the finished photo in his shop.
Most of the new parts were purchased from Steiner as they are good quality and fit well. Steiner provided a radiator, cross shaft for clutch and brake pedals, wiring loom, gauges, muffler and light parts.
Schram’s are friends of mine and I help them with harvest. I was with Tom when he purchased the tractor and stopped by the shop as John did the restoration. I attend quite a few tractor shows and it would be tough to find a nicer or more original Super M. This tractor found a good home.
After picture of Super M
The odd looking pulley in the before photo is for v-belts powering an irrigation pump. Last assignment for this Nebraska tractor before being sold.
1st – Craig Craven
8th – Logan Clark
28th – Lisa Warren
29th – Jill Horn – Nifty 60!
Steiner Anniversaries ~
12th – Travis Pierce – 9 years (Warehouse – Shipping)
15th – Andrew Wilberding – 19 years (Advertising)
17th – Jeff Koresh – 26 years (Warehouse Manager)
20th – Daniel Steiner – 17 years (President)
26th – Dennis Braid – 5 years (Tech Dept)
26th – Trevor Allen – 1 year (Warehouse – Receiving)