The next couple of weeks we’ll be focusing on adding Electrical System parts to the website.
If there’s anything particular you want to see on the website let us know.
Don’t forget, the website is merely our shop window, the store behind it is HUGE!
Leyland Tractor Gears – Lightweight tractors
We’ve added quite a few Gearbox parts to the website for the Leyland Lightweight tractor range.
You may find this parts book illustration of Leyland Gearbox gears and shafts a useful reference guide if you are working on any of the following Leyland tractors.
If you have a Perkins D3.152 three cylinder engine in your tractor you'll be wanting engine oil filter parts.
Take a look at parts just added to the website! . ..
Originally designed for Leyland Tractors as a special fitment for use with the Borg & Beck 11” x 11” dual clutch. It was fitted to Leyland 282 and Leyland 482 Loader tractors and Turbo tractors.
11” diameter, five pairs of ceramic pads, spring cushioned drive centre hub with a 1.1/8” diameter spline shaft.
Ideal for ‘Road Run’ tractors or ‘Show’ tractors as the ceramic pads are . . . .
The Leyland Borg and Beck Heavy Duty 13” Single Clutch was fitted mainly to Leyland tractors produced for the export market, where Independant P.T.O. was not important.
It was also fitted to specialist machines such as Coventry Climax fork trucks, Hymac diggers, Skid units used for road rolling and . . . .
Are you looking to refresh or repair your dash panel on a Nuffield 10/42 or a Nuffield 10/60? All these parts and more have been added to the website this week! All parts are available from stock.
ATJ8515 DUAL OIL AND TEMPERATURE GAUGE £30.00 - ATJ8512 GENUINE SMITHS . . . . more
If you like to keep things looking original on your Nuffield tractor Implement then you will be interested in these badges.
When Nuffield tractors took off in the early 1950’s the Nuffield organisation marketed “approved” machines and implements and they would have a badge riveted to the machine printed with “MANUFACTURED FOR USE WITH THE NUFFIELD UNIVERSAL TRACTOR”. This continued until May 1954. . . . more