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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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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!

Northern Antique Power Club 2017 Show

We would like to thank everyone at Steiner Tractor Parts for being a partner in our show. We had our most successful show ever this year. And again this year our pullers and tractor displayers were excited to see the 2017 Steiner Catalog.

I have enclosed a few pictures from our show. We displayed our Steiner banner at our antique tractor pull arena. We had a lot of comments from the pullers about how they loved Steiner’s service and shipping (personally I know that my husband loves to order enough to get the free hat when they are being offered).

Thank you again for your support of our show. The hats, t-shirts, funnels, little bottle opener guys and the candy were, as always, a big hit.

Sincerely,

Charly Baron
Secretary, Northern Nevada Antique Power Club

 

Oakley Show & “Gathering of the Orange”


We’re hitting the road and heading to the largest gas tractor show in Michigan. This year they also have the honor of hosting the National Allis Chalmers “Gathering of the Orange” show. With four days of jam-packed fun, this show is one you won’t want to miss.

Stop by our table and pick up a copy of our 2017 catalog, or come visit us at our store in Lennon, less than 25 miles away.


Mid-Michigan Old Gas Tractor’s 43rd Annual Show

                               “Gathering of the Orange”

                                August 17th – 20th, 2017

-Tractor Pulls         -Small Engines        -Threshing        -Steam Engines
-Machine Shop      -Arts & Crafts           -Tinsmith         -Cross Cut Saw
-Crop Demos          -Broom Making       -Quilting           -Flea Market
-Kids Crafts            -Petting Zoo             -Drag Saw        -Shingle Mill
-Rock Crushing      -Wood Working       -Baling              -Grist Mill
-Dynamometers     -Souvenir Shack      -Gang Saw       -Blacksmith
-Handle Mill            -Veneer Mill             -Saw Mill          -Engine Barn
-Food Vendors       -Daily Parade           -Fireworks        -Tractor Raffle
-Basket Making      -Wool Spinning       -Live Bands      -Bingo

For more details, please view our event page or www.MMOGTA.org

 

Tractor Drive Test for Water Pump

Bret Weikert was heading out on the Tractor Relay Across Nebraska but before he left he needed a new water pump for his Farmall M. Bret spoke with our tech Dennis and he sold  him on our newly designed IHS189. After completing the 9 day, 500 mile drive Bret emailed us with his story and pictures.

Just a recap I purchased one of your newly redesigned water pumps for a Farmall M. It has worked flawlessly with no leaks or issues. It was very easy to install even with the radiator still in place. Took my dad and I around 45 minutes. No complaints here and I may have even sold a few other guys on our tractor drive on purchasing them from you too.

The ride I went on was the Tractor Relay Across Nebraska. It was 9 days and somewhere between 400-500 miles long. Steiner was a sponsor for part of the ride and I thank you for that sponsorship. We also raise money for Operation Comfort Warriors along our trip and that is something the relay has been doing for 4 or 5 years now.

For more information you can check out the club’s Facebook page.

Improve your visibility on the road or in the field

Our tough, new LED lamps provide additional lighting without overloading your existing electrical system. ABC3696 and IHS3698 work on both 6-volt and 12-volt applications. ABC3696 fits FDS177, FDS192, FDS193 and FDS213 housings.  IHS3698 fits our IHS463 lights. These sealed beam lamps are also designed to fit the OEM lights. View our website for a full list of applications.

  • Draws less amps than the original light
  • Scratch resistant lens
  • Rated at 50,000 hours lifetime
  • Lamps have a heavy die cast body with integral heat sink fins
  • Provides a brighter, whiter light to enhance visibility and safety

Reunited with Grandfather’s Tractor

Hi! I thought I would tell you about my tractor. It’s a 1952 Cockshutt 20 serial #304. The tractor was purchased used by my Grandfather in the 1960’s. He used it to collect firewood on his hobby farm. When the tractor was replaced in 1985 for an ATV, the tractor was used to plow snow in the yard. That’s how it remained. I was a young boy in the 1990’s and can recall sitting on my Grandfathers lap driving the tractor up and down the driveway. In the late 90’s with health complications, my Grandfather gave the tractor to my uncle who later restored the tractor, and then sold it outside the family. It was gone, forgotten, and thought never to be seen again!

In January 2015 I set out to find the tractor. Determined, I set ads on the internet with no solid leads until February 2016. I received an email from a Cockshutt collector near Cornwall Ontario. The gentleman was able to tell me where he had previously purchased the tractor, and was able to supply it’s history right back to my Grandfather. He agreed to sell it to me! In May 2016 my father and I set out on the 9 hour trip on the way to bring the tractor back home. It now sits in my garage completely restored again! With help from Steiner parts of course!

I plan to use the tractor for shows, parades, and pushing snow with the rear blade in the Winter time! Thanks for giving me the opportunity to tell my story on my Cockshutt!

Ross Dokis
Hammer, Ontario
Canada

Getting Ready for the County Fair

Garth Kyler

Cockshutt 570 diesel. Grandad bought it sometime ago. When I was 12 I remember discing with it, and it started blowing’ oil. Dad and I pulled the engine out, put the tractor in the fencerow and left her sit. The machine shop said it would cost too much to fix her. Bout 3 years ago, I walked by her, pulled it out with the backhoe, got on the computer, ordered an engine, and now I am in the middle of a full blown resto. I cannot wait to dump that clutch at the county fair.

Garth Kyler
Iarwill, Indiana

On the Road with Rachel: Michigan’s Largest Tractor Show

Over the weekend I visited the Mid-Michigan Old Gas Tractor Association’s show in Oakley, Michigan. This show is the largest tractor show in Michigan.

All colors of tractors are welcome. Hundreds of tractors were on display. Here are a few highlights:

Everyone can appreciate a nice row of John Deere tractors–Dubuque built tractors as well as new generation tractors.

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I think I saw more pulling tractors at this show than any other tractor show I’ve been to! I wish I could have seen more of them pull but due to my schedule I could only see a handful actually pull.

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I can’t think of a single tractor brand that I didn’t see. Here are a few pictures of the less common brands:
Silver King

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Eagle and Huber (commonly recognized Case and JD tractors between)

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Shepard

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John Blue

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Chamberlain (a first for me)

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A few people were droolling over this perfectly restored Farmall 400:

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I had to chuckle at the exhaust on this tractor

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and the ingenuity of the cab on this tractor.

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It’s always fun to see harvesters like this mounted New Idea corn picker

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and this combine in great original condition.

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Shows are a great opportunity to also see the really old tractors operating, like this Rumley:

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Below are a few more tractor pictures to enjoy:

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If you’re looking for a new show to attend, be sure to add this show to your list next August!