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To the best of my knowledge,Salem Farm Supply on Rte 22 in Salem,NY is still selling Case-IH tractors along with Kubota and various lines of farm equipment. I've bought quite a few parts from them(though not for the past few years)and they were always willing to try to find what I needed.I think they opened in '53 or '54.
How can you have too many Cubs????
Farm Service Co. in Lynchburg, and Powers Tractor in Vinton still sell IH parts, but sell Kabota tractors.
Tractors are made to work!
"A Cub will do as much as a team of horses,.. More in hot weather!" - C. W. Spradlin 1909-1994
Browning Equipment Co.
Purcellville Va. Still has the Case IH logo
But sells other tractors also.
THey still have their red pylon!!
The gestapo at caseIH made Mills tear theirs down around '98/'99 or so. The base of it is still there, so there is no doubt what used to be there....
"12 volt conversions are for quitters"
IH's are RED. Just say NO to yellow and white!
Let us pray for farmers and all who prepare the soil for planting, that the seeds they sow may lead to a bountiful harvest.
We have Scott Companies. Used to be called Scott Truck and Tractor. Was exclusively an I/H dealer and you could get everything from Cubs to refrigerators. It slowly morphed into construction equipment and heavy trucks. You can still get the small line of tractors there, but the ever rotating parts department help does know a cub from a refrigerator. Parts are very high there too. Our neighbor of many years worked there in truck sales, and he always had a new cub cadet to mow with.
Arbing Equipment Ltd
Arbing is about 45 minutes southwest of me heading toward St. John. I sometimes will pop in if I am in the area, parts staff are pretty competent as long as you have a part #.
I added the links where required. Mahindra is the Indian arm of International Harvester and much of their production is based on the product line from the Doncaster Works in England. So at least they are handling the descendants of IH. And they have Cub Cadets. Unfortunately they are very proud of their used stock, so it is hard to get a good deal on a Cub these days. Oh well - the secret is to get the Cubs before Arbing does
Fort Equipment Ltd
They are in Amherst - about 40 minutes east of me, they were a CaseIH dealer and have now introduced Kubota tractors. They are also a Woods Equipment dealer which I didn't know so I now have a somewhat local dealer for Woods should I ever acquire one. I don't head out this way often but when I do I pop in, staff is ok with parts as long as you have a part # and know what replacements are available. Most of the staff don't know what a Cub is. I think Fort was one of the last new IH dealers before the collapse in '86.
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