In Our Shop Recap – February 2017

Winter in Michigan is an excellent time to get your tractor fixed. Our shop has stayed busy with repair work through the month of February. We take pride in our repair work and offer you skilled mechanics and quality parts at a reasonable rate. Call us at 989-729-6567 today for a free estimate.

We have highlighted three jobs recently completed.

  1. John Deere 530 Power Steering  – Complete rebuild of the power steering pump, control valve and more.



  2. 1962 Ford 2000 – Changed over from 4 speed transmission to a 5 speed with live PTO. We also fixed the lights and front drop legs on the hood, added a new bumper and more.


3. John Deere 60 – Replaced rockshaft cylinder, rockshaft piston, seals and fixed all the power troll issues.


Allis Chalmers D17 LP to Gas

Just finished another customers tractor. Allis Chalmers D17 changed over from LP (Liquid Petroleum) to Gasoline. New temperature gauge, brake work, new ignition switch, good used side panels, lights repaired, starter rebuilt and more.

We service most makes and models from all over the state. Need work on your tractor, give us a try. We rebuild engines, clutch work, brake work, fuel injection service, carburetor repair, John Deere 2 cylinder power steering repair, magneto repair, distributor rebuilding, hydraulic pump rebuilding and much, much more.

Call us for a free estimate. 989.729.6567


John Deere 530 Power Steering Repair

Just finished up on this John Deere 530 power steering repair. We have done quite a few of these repairs and this one was especially tough seeing how others previous had tried repairing it and made things worst. My advice: if your power steering is starting to go out, then that’s the time to fix it. The manual steering mechanical parts can not handle long term use and destroys expensive parts inside.

Call us for a free estimate on your repair needs. 989.729.6567.16700640_10154174750885264_4431513970823617612_o

8th Annual Summer Show

Our 8th Annual Owosso Tractor Parts Summer Show was held this past weekend. We host this show each Friday and Saturday before Father’s Day in June.

Our staff and family look forward to this tractor show each year. Good food, friends, tractor enthusiasts and beautiful summer weather. This show is free to all and includes lunch, music, homemade ice cream (thanks to County Line Antique Tractor Club), tractor games, tractor drives and bonfires in the evenings. For more information click here.

Anyone is welcome to bring a tractor to put on display. All participants receive a specialty magnet for their tractor to commemorate the event.

Enjoy some pictures from this year’s event below and contact us at 1-888-530-4554 if you have any questions. For even more pictures, click here for our Facebook page.