This is my Ford 8N. I got it from my Grandpa. It’s been neglected for a few years to say the least. I’ve had to rebuild the steering box and now I’m working on s stuck clutch. All the sheet metal is bad so I have to replace it all. My Dad and my son have been helping on the project It’s neat for me to share this with my son cause I remember riding this tractor when I was around his age. There’s been a lot I’ve fixed on it but there’s a lot more to go also. Hopefully soon I will be able to post pictures of it finished. I just think it’s pretty cool keeping the tractor in the family. As you can see in the pics my son is more than eager to help out. Thanks for reading.
We are an official Toys for Tots donation location and are collecting toys now through December 19, 2014. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy to our retail store and receive a coupon for $5 off your order. For driving directions to our retail store in Lennon, Michigan click here >>
EASY ON STEPS
We make it easy to get on and off your John Deere with our step and bracket assemblies. We are now the exclusive seller of R.J. Mathiowetz steps. Made in the USA (brackets only) and built to last, these steps will simplify your life. Order one from our line up today.
Here is my wife Jill and our great Niece Hayden. They are riding our 1946 Farmall B. I added a second seat so my wife could go along on tractor rides with me. Alot of folks mistake the second seat for a stock item as I used the same components as the original seat on the right side. It has been a fun tractor to own.
Patterson, North Carolina
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To enter, simply upload your story and image here, and complete the required fields. We are collecting stories now thru the end of October and will post them on our blog as they are chosen.
Today is our 11 year anniversary for our www.steinertractor.com website, and boy how things have changed. Our domain name was registered on November 21st, 1997 and we were told we would be up and running by the end of November. Well as deadlines are rarely met when it comes to construction even on the web. We were not up and running until the end of May 1998. We ran into some problems because we were running a 'MAC' office and our Web Master only worked on 'IBM' (that sure dates things). Next we had to install a program that would convert our images to run on 'MAC' & 'IBM'. But even though there were many bumps throughout the 6 months, it took to launch it was still exciting to have an e-commerce website. Our original home page and catalog (pictured above and to the left) although functional was quite minimal by todays standards.
Since then we have made some major overhauls to our website (pictured below), and the updates and improvements are still coming. We would also like to thank our customers who have been with us through the last 11 years and the many changes, we appreciate your patronage.
We look forward to unveiling some of our latest updates over the next few weeks. Today we launched our new e-catalog, an interactive catalog you can download, search and even send a link to a friend. Our eCatalog parts are linked right to our website so you can click on the part then add it to your cart.
In the near future we will be adding a new and improved search system on our website. And if you are new to the "Blog" check out our latest news on new parts, what’s in stock, news around the office and JR's corner where JR Roberts shares his many years of experience and tractor knowledge. Have you tried our "Online Help" you can chat live with our customer service reps with all your questions. If you have a story to share or would like to read other stories visit our "Tractor Stories" where old iron enthusiast share their stories of tractor restoration. "Tips & Tricks" is now available with a Q&A section, helpful tips and links to charts and diagrams. And don't miss "Helpful Links" where we have provided a list of links to other websites we feel may be helpful or of interest with your restoration projects.
Thanks again for your interest in Steiner Tractor Parts and we look forward to serving you for many years to come.
The IHS915 / IHS917 are the improved version of fasthitch prongs we are now offering. The original version IHS117B allowed tractor owners the ability to convert their fasthitch into a three-point. But they had a spee-ball end that required two individuals to put the implement on. Now, with the quick attach it takes one person. You pull 2 pins, raise the arms under the implement and simply slide the lock pins back into place. Much easier!
- Fits International: FARMALL MODELS 300 & UP
- Dimensions & Notes: MADE IN USA — CATEGORY 2 — SOLD AS A PAIR
- Fits International: C, SUPER C, 200, 230, 240
- Dimensions & Notes: MADE IN USA — CATEGORY 1 —SOLD AS A PAIR
We recently received our part number IHS767, the “International” emblem for the side of the hood on International models 656, 756, 826, 856, 1026, 1256, 1456. These are sold individually for $85.00 each. This emblem replaces the International Harvester number 2753920R1. Our part number is IHS767. Order yours today!
The JDS1011 is a gland and nut that you can solder onto copper or steel line to make your own fuel and oil lines. It is made for .312 O.D. tubing and has the special .500 thread diameter used on the John Deere fitting. This makes it real simple to make your lines….JR
Fits John Deere: D STYLED WATER PIPE FITTING, D STYLED FUEL LINE, UNSTYLED B FUEL, OIL LINES UNSTYLED D & DI OIL LINES, FUEL LINES, AO OIL AND FUEL, H, HNH, HN HWH FUEL AND OIL, G, GN, GW, GH OIL LINE & FUEL LINE, 80, 820, 830, 830I OIL LINE ONLY, 720, 730D ELECTRIC AND PONY FUEL LINE & OIL LINE, 720 AND 730 GAS FUEL & OIL, 70D, FUEL & OIL, 620 & 630 FUEL & OIL, 60 FUEL & OIL, 520 & 530 OIL & FUEL, B STYLED OIL & FUEL
Replacement: E2150R GLAND, A2069R NUT
On September 3rd we announced the arrival of several new springs. We just received another spring for John Deere models. Our part number JDS960 is used on several different models. This is used on H, R, 60 Orchard and Standard, 80, 620 Orchard only and some late D models as the brake return spring. It is also used as the clutch operating rod spring on the starting engine of an R, 760, and 5010. This new spring replaces John Deere part number H449R. Our current price is $5.95.