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Old 11-29-2011, 02:03 AM
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Default where 2 get old tractor parts

wondering if anybody knows a good place for parts for a "76" white 235 or a "72" IH 2400a loboy. the IH might be next yrs spare time project.
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Check on the Yesterdays Tractor forum. They usually have a bunch of stuff for sale. If you were talking Fords, they I would be able to help you out a bit more
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Old 11-29-2011, 02:21 PM
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With the IH, you can still get a lot of parts directly from case.

I used Messicks ( If you click on the CaseIH icon at the upper left, it will pull up a catalog page where you can enter your model and find parts. Going through Messicks, you get pricing - the same catalog is available at but has no pricing.

What I did was get the part number I needed, then pop that into Google and/or ebay. If someone has a non-oem equivalent, chances are that the OEM p/n will be in the description, or if someone has a used one, that will show up.

Can't speak to the White.

I also used - sometimes a bit pricey, but they have a great operation and a lot of stuff in stock.
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These may have people who know where to find things.

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Old 11-30-2011, 01:36 AM
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don't what to sound strange, but, i'm starting to get excited. they look like good places to start. i got the ih from dad. he passed away about 4 yrs ago. he left it sitting in the back yard about 3 yrs.. no h2o in oil or popped freeze plugs. hoses shot. all i got to remember is that this is a spring project for me to start. right now.....going to start winter project and build atleast 1 cabinet(maybe 2) for more food storage. got about 326 sqft shelving now and going for another 100 sqft+- more. thanx for the good starting point.
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Old 12-16-2011, 04:59 AM
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I use Ebay a lot for outdated obsolete parts. After looking for parts for a old Waukesha engine I finally found what I needed there, it did take a year though.
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I have old Fords and Yesterdays Tractors has been amazing for parts and knowledge. Very helpful people there that can trouble shoot with you.
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:22 PM
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Well. Been busy with tractor. Tranny is apart. Engine out. Want to thank posts above for locating some parts. Great help. Also tilled garden with hand tiller 2 weeks ago. With the storm that just went through ......... we got 8+ inches of snow. Just when you thought it was gone. Mother nature comes and gets you.
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Steiner tractor parts is also a good place,they have a large selection of IH stuff,someday if one of my H's break I may order something
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