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Steiner Apparel Line

New T-Shirts Now Available
We are excited to announce the launch of our new apparel line. We are kicking things off with new exclusive Steiner t-shirts. Designed with a loose fit for the hot summer, our t-shirts are perfect for everyday wear or your next local tractor show. Add a pop of color and rock Steiner gear along with your tractor! Check back soon for more items as we continue to add to our apparel line. View Shirts >>
 

Curing Kids Cancer

Curing Kids Cancer

Curing Kids Cancer
We are proud to join Mecum Auctions in supporting the Curing Kids Cancer organization. Since 2012, Curing Kids Cancer and Mecum Auctions have raised more than $4 million to fund innovative research and treatments for pediatric cancers. This year, Steiner is providing the parts to restore a Farmall tractor that will be auctioned at the 2018 Iowa Premier. All proceeds will benefit Curing Kids Cancer.
For more information about the auction, click here.

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1948 Allis Chalmers WD

Allis Chalmers Tractor

This is our 1948 Allis Chalmers WD. The serial number is 308, which makes it a very early, WD Allis Chalmers. My owners are Bill Giffen and Maria Gerhold of London, Ontario, Canada.

Also, thank you for having a place where we people that love old tractors can find parts to keep them alive and running.

Bill Giffen
Ontario, Canada

For more stories and information on Allis Chalmers tractors click here.

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Flame Tractor Hat Bundle

Tractor Hat Special

Each year we offer an exclusive tractor hat that can be purchased at a discounted price on qualifying retail orders. 2017 was our 40th anniversary so we wanted to do something special and offered 4 hats, 1 for each decade of selling new parts for old tractors. Did you collect all 4? Here’s your last chance! Get all 4 hats from our flame series for the price of 1 while supplies lasts. During checkout simply enter coupon code 4FLAME and the bundle of hats will automatically be added to your order.

  • Retail orders only
  • Order minimum $250 (shipping, handling, and tax not included)
  • Limited quantities available
  • Use coupon code: 4FLAME
  • Start Shopping >>

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Tractor Calendar on Sale Now

Tractor Calendar

Our MIS112 tractor calendar is on sale now!

Keep yourself organized with our 12 month tractor calendar. It features full size quality tractor pictures submitted by Steiner Tractor Parts’ customers during a photo contest in July 2017.

  • You will have plenty of room to add appointments for you and tune-up reminders for your tractor.
  • Save with exclusive monthly coupons printed inside the calendar.
  • Features full-size quality pictures for each tractor submitted by folks just like you!
  • Makes a perfect gift!

Order your calendar now and start saving! Order Now!

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1954 Allis Chalmers WD45 Tractor

This was definitely a barn find. This tractor set in a barn for the past 20 years and had not been started since parked. A friend wanting to clean out his barn offered me the tractor if I could get it started and remove it from his barn. My sons and I cleaned out the fuel system rebuilt the carburetor, changed the oil, plugs, wires, and battery.  To our surprise and joy it started right up.  

After we completed a victory dance around the tractor we tinkered with the hydraulics and drove it home. In my shop I completely disassembled the project and began rebuilding it one piece at a time. It seemed every Monday I would place an order with Steiner Tractor and when I got into a real bind, which was often, I would ask for Dennis who would walk me thru the problem. This was my first tractor restoration and I don’t believe I would have completed it if it weren’t  for Steiner and Dennis.

I started this project in December 2016 and completed it on June 1, 2017. I live in a small agriculture and mining community and have had many folks compliment me on my finished tractor. In my 71 years I’ve painted many things but this tractor had to be the hardest, but I’m proud of the end result.

Skip Hammargren
Winnemucca, Nevada

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November Winner of $200 Gift Card

$200 Gift Card WinnerThe winner of November’s $200 Steiner gift card is Gary Hanchett of Brimley, Michigan. Gary has been a Steiner customer since 2016 and is a fan of Allis Chalmers tractors. Congratulations, Gary!
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Thanksgiving Hours

Steiner Tractor Parts will be closed Thursday, November 23rd
through Sunday, November 26th for the Thanksgiving holiday.

We will reopen Monday, November 27th at 8:00am.

As always, orders can be placed online 24/7 at www.SteinerTractor.com

We hope you and your family have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

 

Mecum Auction

Don’t Miss the Auction Action!

We’re hitting the road to join our Mecum Auction friends at their 6th annual Gone Farmin’ Tractor Auction in Davenport, Iowa November 9th-11th. With over 500 tractors available for auction, their biggest premiere yet is one you won’t want to miss!

Enter Our Daily Raffle

Stop by the Steiner table and say hello to Suzette and Craig and enter our raffle for a chance to win a bundle of goodies including a Steiner gift card! 3 winners will be drawn each day.

Free Shipping + $50 Gift Card

Place an order at the auction and get free shipping. If your order is over $250 we’ll throw in a $50 Steiner gift card! Offer is valid on retail orders shipping regular ground in the contiguous United States.

Pickup Your 2018 Catalog

Be one of the first to get your new 2018 Steiner catalog.

Can’t make it to the auction? For the first time ever, the auction will be streamed LIVE! Mecum will stream via Facebook Live on Friday from 9:00am – 1:00pm (CT). Tune into RFD-TV from 10:30am – 12:30pm (CT) Saturday for more auction action!

WX Allis-Farmall Skidder

“Before I started to build this skidder I collected parts that I thought I might use on the project. When I got ready to build it I borrowed $4,000 to buy all new parts for the WC Allis engine, all new hydraulic parts and hoses, new tires, steel as needed. The two rear ends are Farmall F12s, I found out afterwards that F12s had six different gear ratios in them so you have to make sure they are the same otherwise you can’t  use it in four wheel drive! The wheels are 28″ from an Allis and I made my own hubs to fit the F12 axles. From the Allis transmission to the F12 drive line there is a #100 roller chain with a one to one ratio that connects the two. I spent six Saturdays and a few evenings building it probably about 200 hours.”

Gerald Sundberg
Duluth, Minnesota