We are putting on the paint. Color test patterns covered many walls in our offices and everyone was putting their votes in but now the decision has been made and the paint is going up. We are getting a color face lift and putting those white (or sort of) walls behind us and we are going with some bold color. The purple, a favorite of Dawns (our office manager) is being used on some of the accent walls and the rest of the walls are going to be peach. So the work begins with painters working around employees and even some stray tractor parts that are in the development phase and taking up residence around the office. We are getting things spruced up for the upcoming Steiner Tractor Parts Customer Appreciation Day and Craft Show. We are looking forward to the show and expecting a great turn out. Check back with us and you can see the after pictures of the color overhaul.
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We at Steiner Tractor Parts are always striving to come up with new ways to help our customers find the restoration quality parts that they need. Now on the home page of our website we have online live help available to you. During your visit to our website on the home page you will see two ‘bubbles’ titled customer service, below the text is the available status. When you see ready to assist you just click on the link and you will be connected to live help. There is no need for any special software or downloads just click and wait for someone to introduce themselves and you can begin your help session. You can ask questions, check stock on an item or ask for directions around the site. We hope this will give our customers one more way to access our staff and get you the quick service your deserve.
So the next time you are looking for a part for your John Deere, Allis Chalmers, Farmall or any other part we carry just click on the ‘Customer Service Bubble’ and someone will be right with you. We look forward to hearing from you.
Ask questions and review comments from Jr Roberts, Steiner Tractor Parts resident expert. Jr grew up in the tractor business, his grandfather started a farm equipment business and salvage yard in 1939. Jr grew up in the business and started working full time in 1974, by the late 1990’s they had parted out over 4,000 tractors with worldwide sales, Jr has bought and sold thousands of tractors during this time. Jr is a past president of Tri State Tractor Pullers, and National Tractor Parts Dealer Association. Jr and his wife Vicky joined Steiner Tractor Parts in 2004 where he shares his expertise with all of us.
If you have a question regarding your tractor, or where you can find a restoration quality tractor part feel free to leave a comment here for Jr or email him at email@example.com
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- 10% OFF ALL WALK-IN ORDERS
- Bring your restored tractor and receive and extra 5% off your order SIGN UP FORM
- Antique tractors & equipment will be on display
- Craft Show SIGN UP to display your goods for FREE. Thats right there is no charge for a space at our show.
- Charity pancake breakfast by the Volunteer Firemens Association
- Used parts swap meet
- Picnic-Style Lunch
- Petting Zoo
- Prize Drawings
We are located in Lennon Michigan on M-13 1/2 mile north of I-69.
Welcome to Steiner Tractor Parts newest addition. We look forward to hearing from you with your questions and hope that you will turn to us when looking for that hard to find tractor part.
Check with us often as we are constantly adding new parts to our site.