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Improved Delivery Times

In 2018 we introduced our new delivery program that allows you to choose when you need your tractor parts. This new system proved to be a winner. We have been able to get your order to you in a faster and more affordable way. It also made choosing a delivery option easier.

We are excited to announce that our new delivery program has successfully allowed us to exceed your expected delivery time on our economy and standard delivery options.

In addition to our improved delivery times, we are excited to now offer FREE ECONOMY DELIVERY* in the 48 contiguous states (U.S.) on retail orders of $374.01 or more.

* Retail orders only
* Economy delivery only
* Tax not applicable towards minimum subtotal.
* Not valid on special order items or gift cards.
* No coupon code necessary.

July Featured Photo

This month’s featured tractor photo was submitted by Ken Christopherson and features his 1941 JI Case SC Centerline.

Ken Christopherson’s 1941 JI Case SC Centerline with a self-powered hay press sit near the threshing display area at the 2017 Nowthen Threshing Show in Nowthen, Minnesota.

“The tractor was built and test on January 28th, 1941 and shipped to Peavey Elevator Company in Wahpeton, North Dakota on January 29th, 1941. My grandfather, Norman Christopherson, saved this tractor from a salvage yard in the early 1970’s. The tractor was parked and forgotten shortly before he passed in 1993. I rescued the tractor from the woods in 1999 and began restoration at the age of 12. I finished the tractor in 2008 at the age of 22.” said Ken.

Ken has been maintaining a registry for the 1941 Case SC Centerline tractors for about 5 years and currently there are only about 70 documented Case SC Centerlines known to remain.

“The 1941 Case SC Centerline is a rare tractor because of the center-hood exhaust and air intake. Only the first few hundred Case SC’s were produced this way. Shortly after being released, JI Case received visibility complaints and decided to redesign the exhaust to exit the side of the hood.” said Ken.


This photo was chosen as a winner in our photo contest and will be featured in the upcoming 2020 Steiner catalog. Check out the other winning photos here.

July Birthdays & Anniversaries

July Birthdays

5th – Mandy Woodall

11th – Dawn (Lynn) McCormick (Nifty 50!)

18th – Elizabeth Whiting

18th – Jake Ford

27th – Dennis Braid

31st – Miles Erickson

July Anniversaries

5th – Rae Taphouse 3 years (Customer Service)

15th – Tom Nordhof – 6 years (Tech Dept)

16th – Eric Carlisle – 4 years (Warehouse/Receiving)

18th – Dawn Miller – 24 years (General Manager)

23rd – Jenna Nelson – 1 year (Warehouse/Shipping)

28th – Angie Crawford – 3 years (Customer Service)

31st – Craig Craven – 10 years (Purchasing and Pricing Dept. Manager)