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Curing Kids Cancer

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.
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Tractors Connected the Three of Us

Tractors Connected the Three of Us

Three Tractors One Family

Here are my 3 tractors. My Great Uncle’s DC Case tractor I recently purchased and will be restoring. A 1929 Case “C”, and the picture is at the church where we had my Grandpa’s service. And my 1941 Farmall H that my grandpa gave me when I was little. I restored it two years ago for him and is my most prized possession. He was so proud. All three are at WMSTR in Rollag, Minnesota every year. You guys are a great company! Thanks for supplying everything we need to keep these machines going!

Case C

Case C Tractors

The story behind the C is that I bought if for my Grandpa to use. He had cancer and could no longer get up on the H. So I purchased this one so he could manage to use it when he needed. Grandpa got to see it the day I bought it. But unfortunately he never got to use it, he passed shortly after. The reason why we chose to use it at his service is so he could get one ride on it with me. He was the one who taught me how to drive a tractor. So he was able to get a ride on the C I bought for him. I had the job of carrying his urn with me to the cemetery.

The other two have very special stories too.

Farmall H

The H was given to me by my Grandpa when I was little. Grandpa purchased that tractor when he bought his own farm. When he purchased it he drove it all the way from Fargo, North Dakota to Hawley, Minnesota, on the highway. He used to use it for digging, hauling bales, plowing, and many other things. It was kind of the “go to” tractor on the farm.

Ever since he gave it to me he wanted me to restore it and get it looking nice so it could be at Rollag. In summer of 2016, I made his dream come true. I restored it at a cousins house (approximately 10 miles from his house). And just like him, drove it all the way back to his farm, on the highway. We never showed him any pictures during the restoration, so he was shocked when he saw me roll into his driveway. It was a very emotional and meaningful moment to both of us. But I could tell he was proud. I am so happy I restored it when I did, because he ended up passing away  in October. I am so glad he got to see his tractor, finally restored. And he got to see it at WMSTR in Rollag too. I call it “Grandpa’s H”.

Case DC

Case DC Tractors

The DC Case is a tractor that belongs to my Great Uncle (my Grandpa’s brother). This is a tractor that he bought years ago to use around the farm. He and my grandpa used it for many of the smaller jobs. My grandpa always talked about how nice the tractor ran and how smooth it was. However, he did think the steering system was odd. Over the years, my Great Uncle and my Grandpa worked on this tractor and made their own repairs to it. About four years ago, my Great Uncle told my Grandpa to ask if I would be interested in buying it. My Grandpa brought it up, and told me that he thinks I would really like it. So I went and looked at it with both of them. I took many pictures and really wanted to buy it, and told him I needed to save up some money first.

The Final Project

When my Great Uncle saw how the Farmall H turned out, he really wanted me to get this one. Back in November 2017 I asked if he was still interested in selling it to me, and he said yes. I know both him and my Grandpa wanted me to have it, so I felt like it was the perfect thing to do. So, my Great Uncle sold it to me for $300. I have gathered parts and I plan on getting started on it in the Spring. Hoping to have it at Rollag! This tractor means a lot to me because it has the repairs that him and my grandpa did on it, as well as it was the tractor they used around the farm for many years. Now I have a tractor from both my Grandpa and his brother. Tractors connected us three so much, and for that I am forever grateful. I live my life, wanting to make my grandpa proud, and I know buying that tractor would make him ecstatic. Tractors are truly something that connects us and many others. It’s just awesome.

Jacob Lee
Hawley, Minnesota

 

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Farmall 200 Back at Work

Farmall 200 Back at Work

Farmall 200

Farmall 200

J’ai donné un tracteur Farmall 200 1954 à mon mari pour sa fête en mai 2010. Il n’était pas en bon état on a essayé de le faire réparer mais sans succès. Un jour un ami Pierre Lorrain nous dit qu’il acceptait de nous le remettre en fonction et de le remettre en neuf. Il a fait un miracle. Il est comme neuf et tout fonctionne grâce à Pierre et à votre site ou on peut avoir les pièces pour ces tracteurs. Même la pelle fonctionne. Mon mari est super content. Donc merci à vous et à Pierre.

Jacques Clermont
Quebec, Canada

Translation:
I gave a farmall 200 1954 tractor to my husband for his party in May 2010. It was not in good condition we tried to have it repaired but without success. One day a friend Pierre Lorrain tells us that he would get it back into operation and refurbish it. He did a miracle. It’s like new and everything works thanks to Pierre and your site where you can have the parts for these tractors. Even the shovel works. My husband is super happy. So thanks to you and Pierre.

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February Winner of $200 Gift Card

February Winner of $200 Gift Card

$200 Gift Card WinnerThe winner of February’s $200 Steiner gift card is Martin Kukurugya of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania. Martin has been a Steiner customer for 6 years and is a fan of International tractors. Congratulations, Martin! View Previous Winners

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February Featured Photo

February Featured Photo

“The One He Dreamed Of”

February’s featured photo was submitted by Jason Hedrick. Pictured is Jason’s 1965 International 1206 tractor. “Growing up on a farm and also collecting antique tractors, the 1206 was the tractor I always wanted. While we had several makes and models of tractors, the 1206 was never one that we had. In 2011 I finally got the opportunity to buy and restore one. It was a complete front to back restoration.”


Have you seen the other winning photos that are featured
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Hydraulic Oil Filters

Hydraulic Oil Filters

Improve the hydraulics on your tractor!

Improve the hydraulics on your tractor with our new line of hydraulic filters made off the OEM micro-screen design.

Both the IHS3491 and IHS3537 include the mounting gasket. The IHS3491 is designed for tractors with and without the IHS525 touch control temperature gauge and includes a plug for tractors that do not utilize the gauge. Give your hydraulic pump a break and install one of our new filters!

Watch our Touch Control Hydraulic Repair video on SteinerTractor.TV

Flame Tractor Hat Bundle

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
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Tractor Calendar on Sale Now

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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January Winner of $200 Gift Card

January Winner of $200 Gift Card

$200 Gift Card WinnerThe winner of January’s $200 Steiner gift card is Andrew Roche of Hamilton, Montana. Andrew has been a Steiner customer since 2011 and owns a 1953 Farmall Super M and a 1963 John Deere 4010 diesel. Congratulations, Andrew! View Previous Winners

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Tractor Stories

Tractor Stories

Here are my 3 tractors. One is my Great Uncle’s DC Case I recently purchased and will be restoring. One is a 1929 Case “C” I purchased. The picture is at the church where we had my grandpa’s service. The other is my 1941 Farmall H that my grandpa gave me when I was little. I restored it two years ago for him and is my most prized possession. He was so proud. All three are at WMSTR in Rollag, MN every year.

The story behind the C is that I bought if for my Grandpa to use. He had cancer and could no longer get up on the H. So I purchased this one so he could manage to use it when he needed. He got to see it the day I bought it. But unfortunately, he never got to use it. He passed shortly after. The reason why we chose to use it at his service is so he could get one ride on it with me. He was the one who taught me how to drive a tractor. So he was able to get a ride on the C I bought for him. I had the job of carrying his urn with me to the cemetery.

The H was given to me by my grandpa when I was little. He purchased that tractor when he bought his own farm. When he purchased it he drove it all the way from Fargo, ND to Hawley, MN, on the highway. He used to use it for digging, hauling bales, plowing, and many other things. It was kind of the “go to” tractor on the farm. Ever since he gave it to me he had always wanted me to restore it and get it looking nice so it could be at Rollag. The Summer of 2016, I made his dream come true. I restored it at a cousins house (about 10 miles from his house). And just like him, I drove it all the way back to his farm, on the highway. We never showed him any pictures during the restoration, so he was shocked when he saw me roll into his driveway. It was a very emotional And meaningful moment for both of us.  I could tell he was proud. I am so happy I restored it when I did, because he ended up passing this October. I am so glad he got to see his tractor, finally restored. And he got to see it at WMSTR in Rollag too. I call it “Grandpa’s H”.

The DC Case is a tractor that belongs to my Great Uncle (my Grandpa’s brother). This is a tractor that he bought years ago to use around the farm. He and my Grandpa used it for many of the smaller jobs. My Grandpa always talked about how nice the tractor ran and how smooth it was. However, he did think the steering system was odd. Over the years, my great uncle and my Grandpa worked on this tractor and made their own repairs to it. About four years ago, my great uncle told my Grandpa to ask if I would be interested in buying it. My Grandpa brought it up, and told me that he thinks I would really like it. So I went and looked at it with both of them. I took many pictures and really wanted to buy it. I told him I needed to save up some money first. When my great uncle saw how the Farmall H turned out, he really wanted me to get this one. So this November, I asked if he was still interested in selling it to me, and he said yes. I know both him and my Grandpa wanted me to have it, so I felt like it was the perfect thing to do. So, my great uncle sold it to me for $300. I have been gathering parts lately and I plan on getting started on it this Spring. Hoping to have it at Rollag! This tractor means a lot to me because it has the repairs that him and my Grandpa did on it, as well as it was the tractor they used around the farm for many years. Now I have a tractor from both my Grandpa and his brother. Tractors connected us three so much, and for that I am forever grateful. I live my life wanting to make my Grandpa proud, and I know buying that tractor would make him ecstatic. Tractors are truly something that connects us and many others. It’s just awesome.

Jacob Lee