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    Posted: 13 Nov 2019 at 1:28pm

I have thousands of NOS A-C parts inventoried by part number at my repair shop. If you need anything not available new, shoot me the part number. Have a lot of sickle mower, all-crop combine, forage harvester, moldboard plow and some all-crop drill parts. And of course, tractor parts. Calling 920-598-1287 will get the fastest response.










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Now that's some inventory!   Thumbs Up
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Holy - GOLDMINE!!! Wow, very nice. I may have to rethink my intention to just keep fixing some things.
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where did you get such an inventory?  I've needed drill parts and may need some more if I ever get around to finishing my snap coupler drill, so may be in touch.  Dave
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I was able to buy out the parts from an Old Allis dealer east of Green Bay, who also bought out other nearby dealer's stock years ago. After that deal was done, another guy contacted me to say he woud be willing to sell the old inventory of Griepentrog Farm Equipment, Tigerton, WI. I am an unmarried young buck so I will be carrying this on for another 50 years.
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That is really cool 😎
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Those look like some of the disk blade Blake is needing.
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Do you have any of these part #'s by chance.
70257671 - seal, retainer end
70237395 - filter element assy.
70229130 - spring, lower lever compensating
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and I might add Alex is a great guy to deal with
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Originally posted by acd-17 acd-17 wrote:

Do you have any of these part #'s by chance.
70257671 - seal, retainer end
70237395 - filter element assy.
70229130 - spring, lower lever compensating


Nothing for 257621
I have 1 237395 original A-C for $33.25
I have 1 229130 for $26.75

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Ev Greipentrog was my great uncle and I remember going there for parts with my grandpa and dad. I wondered who aunt Selma sold inventory to and I'm glad you got it, Alex. Years ago I bought a rear rim and oil pan from you for my C and my friend Jon and I will being seeing you this spring for parts for his WD and my WD45
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Originally posted by 37alliswc 37alliswc wrote:

Ev Greipentrog was my great uncle and I remember going there for parts with my grandpa and dad. I wondered who aunt Selma sold inventory to and I'm glad you got it, Alex. Years ago I bought a rear rim and oil pan from you for my C and my friend Jon and I will being seeing you this spring for parts for his WD and my WD45

Wow, my secretary also remembers going there for parts when she was younger also! Sure brought back memories! I look forward to seeing you next spring, do you happen to have any pictures from how the dealership looked back then, especially inside?
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  I am an unmarried young buck so I will be carrying this on for another 50 years.
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Please dont even go on 2 dates with the same girl, We need you !!

ps looking for a D15diesel exhaust manifold and gaskets


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Do you happen to have a complete air cleaner for a WD-45 gas?  
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Originally posted by Kevingweq Kevingweq wrote:

  I am an unmarried young buck so I will be carrying this on for another 50 years.


Please dont even go on 2 dates with the same girl, We need you !!

ps looking for a D15diesel exhaust manifold and gaskets
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Haha! Thanks! The only part I would have relating to the d15d parts you mentioned would be the muffler flange gasket for $11.75 each
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Originally posted by 1terrygladys 1terrygladys wrote:

Do you happen to have a complete air cleaner for a WD-45 gas?  
Terry

No, I have no WD45 air cleaners, new or used
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Originally posted by Alex09(WI) Alex09(WI) wrote:

Originally posted by Kevingweq Kevingweq wrote:

  I am an unmarried young buck so I will be carrying this on for another 50 years.


Please dont even go on 2 dates with the same girl, We need you !!

ps looking for a D15diesel exhaust manifold and gaskets


Haha! Thanks! The only part I would have relating to the d15d parts you mentioned would be the muffler flange gasket for $11.75 each
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Early or Late D15 Diesel exhaust manifold? I have the early style for 250.00. nice shape
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The D15 Diesel exhaust manifold I have is one where the muffler bolts to the manifold with 4 bolts. 74512359 is the part number
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3rd picture down the cast iron housing price? 50006 zip code
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Originally posted by nickia nickia wrote:

3rd picture down the cast iron housing price? 50006 zip code


The cast housing in the 2nd picture down is $200 + free shipping
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do you have a raddle chain or any wood slates for one to fit EIII gleaner
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1st picture, upper left corner - what is that 5 blade fan for? You mentioned All Crop Drill parts - I have an 18 hoe pull type and need lids for fertilizer/seed boxes (both sides), do you have? Seeing notched disc blades, do you have 18" non notched blades, if so I need 18 of them. Thanks
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Originally posted by polarbear polarbear wrote:

do you have a raddle chain or any wood slates for one to fit EIII gleaner

No complete raddle or wood slats, just have a few clips that hold the wood slats to the chain
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Originally posted by only AC orange only AC orange wrote:

1st picture, upper left corner - what is that 5 blade fan for? You mentioned All Crop Drill parts - I have an 18 hoe pull type and need lids for fertilizer/seed boxes (both sides), do you have? Seeing notched disc blades, do you have 18" non notched blades, if so I need 18 of them. Thanks

Teh 5-blade fan is for wd-d17-d19, its my last one. Im wondering if I should get some copies made before I sell it... I have $62.15 on it. I don't have any 18" smooth blades with the hex hole.
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Need d17 govner bearing 70215242
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Just got D17 governor springs and gaskets from Alex. Nice! Thanks!
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Originally posted by bradley6874 bradley6874 wrote:

Need d17 govner bearing 70215242

I would have the 215242 bearing for $39.75
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2nd pic down, cast housing, What would that be for if you know. Thanks
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Looks like a wobble gear box for a 390 haybine also fits the 720 forage harvester if it is that box.
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