ERTL replacement parts

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ERTL replacement parts

Postby Jlaws » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:25 am

I know some of us collect Ertl farm equipment , I've started collecting some myself .
I recently purchased a real nice 1/16 scale Ertl 4 bottom plow at a flea market .
It was complete and the only part that was damaged was the plastic hitch latch . I usually don't buy them damaged , but this one was really nice and cheap .
I've found a place that sells replacement parts and thought I'd share it with you .


http://www.tractortoys.com/cgi-bin/online/storepro.php

They also sell pedal tractor replacement parts .

Scott , have you given any thought to maybe having a toy tractor section for us big kids.... :lol:
I see a lot of cub cadets while going down the tracks , its a shame I can't pull over and ask about them .
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby Farmallgray » Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:43 pm

Here is a thread on Red Power with info on a couple more suppliers that have been around a long time;
http://www.redpowermagazine.com/forums/ ... opic=61068
See my IH, Cub Cadet and tractor pulling youtube videos;
http://www.youtube.com/user/farmallgray
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby OhioBinder » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:27 pm

You guys are giving me the urge to restore my IH 400 pedal tractor. My Grandfather bought it for me (I was the oldest grandson so I rated). I have a couple of pictures somewhere of my oldest grandson on it. His legs finally got long enough last fall. I thought that was kinda neat my grandson on the pedal tractor my grandfather bought for me.

My brother and me wore out at least 3 tires on the drive wheel on the rear and one set of front tires and I don't know how many crank and axle bearings. We would hook the red wagon to it and haul hay and feed to the other sheds to do chores just like the big tractors. Worked twice as hard and 3 times as long as if we had just carried it but this was more fun.

It doesn't need much, pedals, hubcaps, paint and decals.
Oh yea the clicker on the chain. Was ridding it up and down the sidewalk after chores one night and it was bugging dad, he said let me have a look at the tractor, the clicker never worked after that. :lol:

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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby cbingaman » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:30 pm

I noticed on page 5 of their 1/16th scale parts they have hoods for the ertl Cub Cadets.
Cub's of the farm currently: 4-Originals, 2-70's, 100, 122, 123, 124, 73, 106, 107, 126, 800, 782IH built, 982IHbuilt, 782D, 1572. Farmall Cub and Cub Lo-Boy and too many attatchments to think about.
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby Scott C. » Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:31 am

This topic has been moved to the new Toys forum. :beer:
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We grow old because we stop playing.
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby chearn » Thu Mar 24, 2011 11:47 am

I wonder if they have a tailgate for my dumptruck?
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby Jlaws » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:08 pm

Here a picture of that 4 gang plow that I picked up at a vendors mall . I think it was one of those deals where you drive to an event and say that your not going home empty handed , although this one didn't cost much . :lol:
It doesn't appear to have been played with much and the broken plastic hitch part is on order .
The hitch part was only $2.50 but once you figure in S/H its probably gonna double the total price of what I've got in it ....
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I see a lot of cub cadets while going down the tracks , its a shame I can't pull over and ask about them .
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby red82s » Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:31 am

Here's a few of my favorites.
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby Mountain Heritage » Mon Sep 19, 2011 6:53 pm

Hey! I have one of them Jlaws..... I should perhaps break out the camera and dust off the box of toys I had when I was young. I didn't leave mine sit on a shelf though....I PLAYED HARD with mine. EVERY DAY! :D If Mom didn't see me in the house.... I was in the sand box from Spring until Fall. :thumbsup: I miss those days!
Now everyone wants a red Cub!
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Re: ERTL replacement parts

Postby bermuda-ken » Thu Oct 20, 2011 7:43 am

Adrian.......your taste in tractors is "top shelf!!!".... :lol:
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