2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #107[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story ]
Save Up To 70 Percent On Deere Baler PartsNelson Horning specializes in high-wear Deere small square baler parts for 30 to 70 percent off dealer list price. He offers salvaged parts as well as a growing number of parts he fabricates himself or has made by suppliers.
“We are concentrating on fabricating major wear parts and those where we can save our customers the most money,” says Horning.”
Horning carries other newly fabricated ejector parts, as well as plunger or pitman pins, restrictor plates for bale chambers and a growing number of bearings. He also makes or modifies a number of parts for the pickup unit.
“We make bands and bend pickup teeth for a better pickup, as well as making the bracket for the pickup gauge wheel,” he says.
He’s been selling all over the U.S. and is also adding some New Holland baler parts and intends to expand into multiple brands of discbines.
Horning dismantles salvageable balers and discbines and inspects and shelves useable parts. He plans to add testing equipment for hydraulic pumps. Currently he cleans and visually checks them, rebuilding if need be.
Not all Horning’s parts are for sale. He is giving away the safety warning label that goes on bale ejector screens. While it’s a small item, he believes it’s an important decal to have in place as a safety reminder.
“Anybody who wants one can contact me, and I’ll mail it free of charge,” says Horning, who promises to include his parts list in the envelope.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Nelson Horning, 250 Lovejoy Rd., Penn Yan, N.Y. 14527 (ph 585 526-6705).
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