Our new SteinerTractor.TV site gives our customers a place to go for help with repairs, troubleshooting and sharing information about antique tractors.
Lennon, Michigan (PRWEB) February 17, 2015
Steiner Tractor Parts, a Michigan based supplier of new parts for old tractors, launched a new resource for antique tractor collectors this week. SteinerTractor.TV is now live and features “how to videos” on tractor repairs produced in cooperation with many experts in the field including Rachel Gingell, Tyler Buchheit, technical staff from Steiner Tractor Parts, and others.
The videos were previously offered on the corporate ecommerce site and on YouTube. Dan Steiner, President, and Suzette Thomas, Digital Media Specialist, felt it was time to give tractor repair videos their own branded home on the web. The collection of videos expanded drastically over the last several months.
“Our new SteinerTractor.TV site gives our customers a place to go for help with repairs, troubleshooting and sharing information about antique tractors. I feel this, along with the behind the scenes view of us here at STP, and our upcoming tractor shows spotlight offers something for all old iron enthusiasts,” shares Suzette Thomas.
Steiner Tractor Parts is filling a gap in the knowledge base available for antique tractor restoration enthusiasts. Before producing these videos, there were few options for the younger generation to learn about these repairs other than asking questions of veterans on forums and in tractor club meetings or having an older relative or friend with experience to help. These videos make a restoration project more accessible to the next generation of tractor collectors. The videos are also helpful to baby boomers who left the farm and are now retiring and want to try their hand at restoring an old tractor. The new SteinerTractor.TV site consolidates the repair videos in one easy to search and browse website and makes the information more accessible to all tractor collectors.
About Steiner Tractor Parts
Steiner Tractor Parts specializes in restoration quality parts for American made farm tractors. They are an integral part of a larger community committed to preserving our agricultural heritage. Their role is providing obsolete components for Allis Chalmers, Farmall, International, Ford, John Deere and Massey Ferguson among others. Areas of specialty include manifolds, wheels, lights, switches, mufflers, battery boxes, fenders, steering wheels, carburetors, gauges, and more. They have a state of the art website and ship worldwide every day. To see the full product listing and E-Catalog, visit online at http://www.steinertractor.com.