Few things can be as perplexing – or frustrating – as electrical wiring on a vintage tractor. More often that not, the best solution is simply to replace it front to back.
Center pivots almost exclusively apply all of Jeff Raybould’s fertilizer and pesticides.
If you do much vintage tractor restoration, then sooner or later you’re going to run into a sheet metal component in need of major repair. It may have rust, a cut, tear, or simply a deep gouge. If available, one option is a replica hood, fender, or side pa
Sheet metal restoration can be a formidable challenge when it comes to ageless iron, especially if it’s badly dented, rusted, or torn. Fortunately, the growing interest in classic tractors has given rise to myriad reproduction parts, including new fenders,
Reliable brakes are important for your safety, as well as those around you.
For a show-stopping shine that helps your tractor stand out in a crowd, there’s nothing like a base coat of clear-coat finish.
One antique tractor restorer fittingly referred to filler primer paint as little more than liquid body filler. And that’s not far from the truth.
One of the biggest frustrations with any restoration is a rusted bolt that refuses to budge. But do not fear, we have some relatively simple fixes for stubborn bolts.
If you're repainting a classic tractor, it's important to pick the right type of primer before you begin painting. There are many to choose from.
Follow these strategies for irrigating alfalfa when water access is limited.