2010 - Volume #BFS, Issue #10, Page #104[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story ]
ASAP Salvage Yards Now Guarantee Labor
"We do a majority of the rebuilding in our own shops and are extremely confident in the quality of the workmanship and components put into those parts," says John Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts, noting that the company already has a one-year warranty on used, new and rebuilt parts - tops in the industry.
"If a farmer pays a repair shop to install one of our rebuilt parts, we will reimburse the farmer for the cost of the installation in the unlikely event that the part fails," says Dyke.
All States Ag Parts rebuilds hundreds of parts. The current list of products being rebuilt includes carburetors, final drives, SCV valves, hydraulic pumps, distributors, unload swing cylinders, alternators, turbo chargers, cylinder heads, crankshafts, clutch kits, generators, steering valves, unloading auger gearboxes, intermediate drives, dual speed pto's, oil coolers, quad range packs, front power shift packs, rear power shift packs, engines, wobble drive gear boxes and front axle assemblies.
With 7 large salvage yards across the Midwest, and a growing easy-to-use website operation (www.TractorPartsASAP.com). All States Ag Parts is one of the largest suppliers of used tractor, combine and ag parts in North America. All States carries parts for all makes and models of equipment, including late model and antique equipment.
"We're constantly buying fresh salvage equipment and strive to always have the best inventory of used parts in the country. Over the past ten years, we've purchased and torn down thousands of tractors for parts. We have fresh equipment arriving every day," says Dyke.
All States Ag Parts' 280-page printed catalog features thousands of parts. The catalog is free and can be requested from the website.
"When times are tough, there's an even greater economic incentive to look for used tractor and combine parts. Our used parts often cost 50 to 70 percent less than the same parts at a dealership," notes Dyke.
You can contact All States Ag Parts at 877-530-4430 or on the web at www.TractorPartsASAP.com.
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