Steiner TV: Converting a 6-Volt Antique Farmall Tractor
Tractor Repair Videos from Steiner
Most vintage tractor regulars have heard of Steiner Tractor Parts. Based in Lennon, Michigan, the family-run business has been serving the old-tractor community since 1977. In 2003 they moved into a 45,000-square-foot warehouse including a store for the public.
Today, Steiner is a recognized leader in the category, supplying parts and information for owners of vintage Allis-Chalmers, Cockshutt, IHC/Farmall, Case, Ford, John Deere tractors and more – the list goes on to include 10 brands. Over the past several years, Steiner has launched a series of innovative and informative videos on its dedicated video website, Steiner TV, including the hugely popular repair videos Wrenching with Rachel, Tractor Repair with Tyler, Tractor Shows and Auctions, and more.
At Farm Collector Old Iron Videos, we regularly share the best Steiner videos. We post new videos weekly, so enjoy today’s video and then check back regularly to see what’s new – and don’t forget to check out Steiner Tractor Parts to see the incredible selection of parts they can supply for your vintage tractor!
Converting a 6-Volt Antique Farmall Tractor
Steiner TV: Ford 8N Flat Head Valve Job
In this installment of Steiner TV, Rachel Gingell demonstrates how to get your antique tractor running smooth again. The steps in this video will work on a Ford 8N, 9N, 2N, or any engine with the flat head style.
Steiner TV: Klee Family Allis-Chalmers Tractor Collection
In this installment of Steiner TV, Rachel Gingell interviews Brad Klee of Ruth, Michigan, about his Allis-Chalmers tractor collection and life on the family farm.
Steiner TV: Installing a Brake Lock Assist
In this installment of Steiner TV, Rachel Gingell demonstrates how to install a brake lock assist on an International tractor.