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Welcome to Bob’s Corner. I would like to share with you my parts knowledge, how-to articles, videos and happenings in my neck of the woods. Hope you visit often. Please leave comments and if there’s anything you would like me to cover, please contact me.

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What killed Oliver?

I found this video to be most interesting about Oliver Tractor Company. “What Killed Oliver? A lot of firsts in tractor design came from Oliver. Their CVT (constant variable transmission or continuously variable transmission, planetary drive not a powershift, the further you pushed the lever the faster it went) transmission that was supposed to go in the 1855 series would have been ground breaking for tractor design at that time. Hope you enjoy it like I did.

8th Annual Summer Show

Our 8th Annual Owosso Tractor Parts Summer Show was held this past weekend. We host this show each Friday and Saturday before Father’s Day in June.

Our staff and family look forward to this tractor show each year. Good food, friends, tractor enthusiasts and beautiful summer weather. This show is free to all and includes lunch, music, homemade ice cream (thanks to County Line Antique Tractor Club), tractor games, tractor drives and bonfires in the evenings. For more information click here.

Anyone is welcome to bring a tractor to put on display. All participants receive a specialty magnet for their tractor to commemorate the event.

Enjoy some pictures from this year’s event below and contact us at 1-888-530-4554 if you have any questions. For even more pictures, click here for our Facebook page.

 

 

Owosso Tractor Parts Summer Show

Our 8th Annual Summer Show is June 17 & 18 at Owosso Tractor Parts. The public is welcome and anyone can bring a tractor that wants to. We have a tractor show, tractor games with prizes, lunch, tractor parades Friday and Saturday evening, bonfire with s’mores (weather permitting) and kid’s activities.  It’s free and fun for the whole family!

In past year’s we had about 150 tractors on display from all over the state.

Below are some pictures from the 2015 Show.