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              Looking for and buying your tractor replacement parts has never been easier. Our replacement parts catalogue covers all the well known makes, such as Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, John Deere and more, and backed by a comprehensive application cross-reference database to ensure correct fitment. It's a more convenient way to shop and we will try our best to ensure that you are getting the best price as well as a quality service from the most reliable UK online parts store. Relax in the knowledge that your tractor is taken care of when buying popular branded products, such as Sparex, Agricolor, Parker, Weasler, Britax and many more, all from a recommended reseller like MalpasOnline.co.uk.

              Here are a few useful tips to help you when buying parts online:

              1. Know your tractor model number in advance
                • The easiest and possibly by far the quickest way to find your tractor's model number is to look at the identification tag/plate located on the tractor.
                • This should be quite easy to find and is normally located on the engine block or chassis frame, but there maybe more than one tag/plate on the tractor which could be for the engine, the chassis or the tractor so make sure you're looking at the correct one. The image below shows a typical tag/plate on a McCormick International B-275 tractor.
                • Identification plate on a B-275 tractor
                • The tag/plate will normally will have the make, model and serial number stamped or engraved on the plate.
                • On older machines you'll need to make sure that the number is not worn out as a 7 can easily be mistook for a 1 or vice versa. Sometimes taking a rubbing of the plate may help to reveal the correct number.
                • If you would like to find out more about your tractor's model history then tractordata.com maybe a good place to look, otherwise a quick internet search will show numerous fan based sites for popular tractor makes that may also be able to help.
              2. Having the correct part number could save you time
                • There are a few ways to find a suitable replacement part number, these include catalogues, parts diagrams, serial numbers on an old part or use manufacturers online resources.
                • Catalogues - We have a number of Sparex parts catalogues that cover specific areas including accessories, implements and tractor parts.
                  • Accessories - Covering every thing for your tractor and the agricultural environment including slurry tanker parts, paint LED lighting, security, tools and many more, view all catalogues here
                  • Implement parts - The Sparex Wearing Parts catalogue lists over 3500 high quality products for numerous farming machinery including subsoil, plough, harrow, rotavator, seeder, mower and many more. There are also other catalogues dedicated to Loader spares, view all catalogues.
                  • Tractor parts - The main Sparex Tractor Parts catalogue comes in 2 volumes with over 20,000 unique products covering all leading makes, Case IH, Ford, John Deere, Massey Ferguson, New Holland and many more. Volume 1 contains the engine section through to transmission with all other parts in Volume 2 including a complete index by manufacturers and Sparex part number (French versions also available online). There are also parts catalogues dedicated to specific makes including Massey Ferguson, Case IH, David Brown, Ford, Deutz and Fiat tractors.
                  • Sparex Tractor Parts Catalogue Online Viewer
                • Parts diagrams - Use our exploded parts diagrams to search for diagrams by make, model and application. The diagrams display where your part goes in a component and also identifies related spares. From here you can check that the part is suitable for your machinery before adding the part to your basket ready for checkout.
                • MalpasOnline tractor parts exploded diagrams
                • Serial number on old part - Sometimes the simplest way to find a part number is to look at the existing part and see if there is a part number on there. If you do find a number then just type it into our search bar at the top of the page and the suggested matching tractor parts will be displayed.
                • Manufacturers online resources - Some tractor manufacturers have dedicated websites to provide customers with online parts diagrams. Similar to our own exploded diagrams (see above), the access enables customers to find parts quickly according to the application. Listed below are some of the popular tractors makes with online access:
              3. What are the shipping costs?
                • All of our shipping costs can be found here.
                • To find the delivery charges for your location simply use the dropdown menu to find your country, the shipping costs are then displayed for you.
                • Note: FREE delivery is offered to orders over £150+VAT for customers based in the UK (excluding the Scottish Highlands)
              4. What happens if I've ordered the wrong part?
                • If you need to return an item to MalpasOnline.co.uk then you can find our returns form.
                • Once we have received the information required on the form we will email you with further instructions.
              5. Can't find what you're looking?
                • If you are having trouble finding the part you are looking for, or need some more information or advice to help you choose the correct part, simply fill in our assistance form and one of our experienced team will reply back to you.
                • We aim to answer all enquiries within two hours of receiving them, our working hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
                • Once you have placed your enquiry you will be emailed a request ID number, please check your inbox (and junk/spam folders) for our reply.

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              Tractor parts described as suitable for original manufacturers on this site are Sparex branded tractor replacement parts and are not manufactured by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). Original Manufacturer’s names, part numbers and descriptions are quoted for reference purposes only and are not intended to indicate or suggest that our replacement parts are made by the OEM.