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The top Must-Have tools for working on antique tractors – Antique Tractor Blog

The top Must-Have tools for working on antique tractors – Antique Tractor Blog


…ask for:   12-Volt Tester: When it comes to troubleshooting and quickly diagnosing problems with a tractor, this tool can’t be beat. I love it so much I highlighted it on my recent Wrenching with Rachel video – click here to watch the tester in action.   Brake-Spring Tool. This tool has saved…
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The IH Hawaii Dress – Antique Tractor Blog

The IH Hawaii Dress – Antique Tractor Blog


…their sales projections by 60% or more, the excitement continued with an all-expense-paid 5-day trip to Hawaii. What a treat! My sources indicate that this dress and matching shawl was made for that special event, along with coordinating shirts for the men. It’s a little unclear who received…

5 Things Your Shop Needs – Antique Tractor Blog

5 Things Your Shop Needs – Antique Tractor Blog


with friends to help, a cherry picker will make a big difference in your ability to safely move heavy tractor components around the shop. * Floor jack. Good floor jacks are really important – we have 3! This isn’t something to economize on, either. Get the highest quality you can find, with a…

Replace your flywheel ring gear on your tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

Replace your flywheel ring gear on your tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


…demonstrating the installation of a flywheel ring gear. In this newest series of tractor repair videos offered exclusively online at SteinerTractor.TV Rachel Gingell shows you helpful tips when removing and installing a ring gear. She also discusses safety tips to practice during your installation.…

FAQs about Rachel – Antique Tractor Blog

FAQs about Rachel – Antique Tractor Blog


FAQs about Rachel 04/18/2016 3 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell We get a lot of questions sent in here at Steiner Tractor Parts – most of them are about tractors, but some of them are about me! If you’ve been curious about the person behind the Wrenching with Rachel videos, here’s some…
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Why and How to Clean Your Shop – Antique Tractor Blog

Why and How to Clean Your Shop – Antique Tractor Blog


Why and How to Clean Your Shop 08/29/2016 1 Comment Written by Rachel Gingell When’s the last time you cleaned your shop? If the answer is “a long time ago” or “I can’t remember when,” then this is a great time of year to get things tidied up! Cleaning your shop regularly is important because: *…

Q&A with Rachel & Dan – Antique Tractor Blog

Q&A with Rachel & Dan – Antique Tractor Blog


Q&A with Rachel & Dan 08/23/2016 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas This Thursday at 1:00pm EST you will get the chance to ask Rachel Gingell and her dad, Dan Gingell your tractor repair questions. Meet Rachel, and the man behind the camera, her dad, who has taught his daughter so…

Road Trip Destination: Case IH Factory Tour – Antique Tractor Blog

Road Trip Destination: Case IH Factory Tour – Antique Tractor Blog


Rachel Gingell Here’s a new road trip destination: a tour of the Case IH factory! I visited the Case IH factory in Racine, Wisconsin when I was nearby at the Red Power Round-Up. What an adventure! The Magnum Series Case IH tractors are manufactured at the Racine facility. Here’s a picture of me with

Buyer Beware: What to Look for when Purchasing an Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

Buyer Beware: What to Look for when Purchasing an Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


…an Antique Tractor 03/23/2015 2 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell Tractor enthusiasts are generally wonderful people. The vast majority are honest and friendly, the salt-of-the-earth folks that you can be confident doing business with.   But every now and then, you’ll run into a seller who…
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The Tractor Guess Game – Antique Tractor Blog

The Tractor Guess Game – Antique Tractor Blog


The Tractor Guess Game 05/10/2015 2 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell A guest post by Rachel’s mom, Jennifer Gingell For this post, I’m delighted to introduce my mom, Jennifer Gingell. People often assume that my Dad is the one who taught me everything I know about tractors, but that’s not the…
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Magneto Rebuild on Farmall Letter Series Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

Magneto Rebuild on Farmall Letter Series Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


…Thomas Our magneto rebuild video was created with the help of Dale Thompson of Dale’s Carb Shop in Morrice, Michigan. It was a great experience for Rachel to learn something new from an expert like Dale. Now everyone else can benefit too! Rachel Gingell, Dale Thompson & Dan Gingell.
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Tips for Wiring Your Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

Tips for Wiring Your Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


Tips for Wiring Your Tractor 12/06/2016 3 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell I just finished up a massive re-wiring project on this New Holland tractor. Mice had burrowed their way under the hood and gnawed at the wires. What a mess! Along the way to fixing this tractor up, I learned a lot about…

Know Before you Bid: An Auctioneer’s Best Bidding Tips – Antique Tractor Blog

Know Before you Bid: An Auctioneer’s Best Bidding Tips – Antique Tractor Blog


Know Before you Bid: An Auctioneer’s Best Bidding Tips 02/16/2015 Leave a Comment Written by Rachel Gingell For my last installment in this three-part series on antique tractor auctions, I’d like to share my best tips on exactly when and how to place your bids. As a professional auctioneer and a…

Styled John Deere Tractors – Antique Tractor Blog

Styled John Deere Tractors – Antique Tractor Blog


…(while he certainly 1972-88- Matt Flynn 076 looked like one), Dreyfuss sat down with McCormick to discuss changes to the look and feel of John Deere’s tractors. And changes were needed! The Model A was built with performance, not comfort, in mind. Dreyfuss’s concerns were different – he…

5 Winter Dangers for Mechanics – Antique Tractor Blog

5 Winter Dangers for Mechanics – Antique Tractor Blog


…01/04/2016 2 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell  Winter is a great time to hunker down in the shop and work on that project you’ve been planning to get to! While I love spending time in the shop on these cold days, there are also some dangers that come along with indoor winter work. Here are a…
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More Power from a Ford Jubilee – Antique Tractor Blog

More Power from a Ford Jubilee – Antique Tractor Blog


…from the factory with a 134 cubic inch engine. At the end of these tractors short but very popular production run, they were reborn as the hundred series (600, 700, 800, 900). The smaller models in the hundred series has the same 134 cubic inch engine, but the larger models came with a beefier 172…
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