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All States Ag Parts Continues Rubber Track Expansion with Acquisition of Trojan Tracks
HUDSON, WI – January 9, 2023 – All States Ag Parts (“All States”), the leading agricultural and heavy equipment parts supplier in North America, announced today the acquisition of Trojan Tracks (“Trojan”).
All States Ag Parts Leadership Moves Davidson to CEO and Elevates Dyke to Board of Director Leadership
HUDSON, WI – January 11, 2023 – All States Ag Parts (“ASAP”), the leading agricultural and heavy equipment aftermarket parts supplier in North America, announced today the promotion of William (Bill) Davidson to the position of CEO for All States Ag Parts.
Engine valves control the flow of the intake and exhaust gasses through the cylinder head and to/from the combustion chamber. The complete cycle of intake, compression, firing, and exhaust takes place in less than 1/25 of a second at moderate speed. During that time, the valves will be either open or closed depending on the current stroke. We've compiled some information that may give you a better understanding of how your valvetrain operates.
Improve Cold Weather Starting with High Compression Engines
When rebuilding your diesel tractorengine, you may want to consider rebuilding it as a high compression engine. Not only will it help with cold weather starting, but you may see an increase in horsepower and engine longevity.
If you live in an area that sees particularly cold winters and you plan to use your tractor during those months, you may want to invest in an engine block heater. They heat the engine block, oil pan, and/or cooling system to aide in cold weather starting.
When faced with a wet fall, you may find yourself having to harvest your crops in less than ideal conditions. We’ve compiled some tips to help you maximize your harvest and reduce damage to your crops and land.
If you plan on working on your own farm equipment, you’ll need some tools. Although this is not intended to be a comprehensive list, it should get you started if you need to fill your toolbox from scratch.
As the ground thaws and you prepare for Spring, consider adding fence repairs to your list of to-dos. Heavy snow and ice can damage fence posts, wires, and gates. Wild animals can accidentally pull sections down. Downed trees and limbs may have taken out portions of your fence as well. A failing fence should be remedied as soon as possible to avoid further damage and repairs.
Equipment fire is a serious concern. Unfortunately, it is a very common problem in farming equipment. In fact, a large part of our salvage sales are from machines where there has been a heat-related issue on one section of the machine.
Dry weather, high winds and hot machines aren't the best combination when it comes to fire, but with proper preparation, a fire can be prevented.
Every day, hundreds of farm tractors, combines and other equipment are retired from service throughout the country. The reasons are many. Sometimes the tractor is just too old to do the job required. Sometimes a collision, fire or other accident damages the unit to the point where it is not cost effective to repair it. Many times a major component, such as an engine or transmission breaks, and the repair bill becomes more expensive than the overall value of the tractor. Sometimes, as we see more and more frequently, the farmer retires and the tractor he’s farmed with for decades retires with him.
What happens to all of these tractors and combines?