Lenawee Co Michigan
Near Richmond, IN
Panhandle of Texas
A few years ago I ~completely~ rebuilt my JD 853A row head...I mean everything but the sheet metal!
I got it all from Shoup, and was very happy. I was a bit leary of their gathering chains for some reason, but when I got them, they looked identical to JD's, and cost a lot less.
I have used Shoup for a lot of other stuff, but you probably know that to completely rebuild a row head is a good little chunk of change..I continue to be impressed by them.
Panhandle of Texas
Yeah, I know what you mean. I bought the chrome looking "John Deere" emblem for the side of my JD 4020, and one of the little studs was in the wrong place. That was quite a mess. I should have just sent it back, but my "oh, I can fix this" attitude got the best of me, and I just had to start fiddling with it....
What I've had really good luck with is bearing, chains, seed tubes, gathering belts, knives, chopper parts, etc.
One more thing: just recently I bought, from Shoup, a monitor caddy for my JD 8410. It was about 1/2 price of JD, and looked pretty much identical...I say "pretty much" because Shoup's had a little tray (very nice btw) made on it that JD's did not have...
I wish there were more companies like Shoup!!
"I wish there were more companies like Shoup!!"
I'll agree with that. Good parts at fair prices and knowledgeable people answer the phone.
One of my favorite things is free shipping on orders over $200.
NW Iowa. / SW Arizona
Also rebuilt (chains/sprockets/other misc) a 1063 cornhead from their part either. The top sprocket is universal to 800/900 cornheads and had a pin/key for either so if you have both heads you can keep one sprocket.
Also like Cliff says use the JD style idler. They are all steel and don't have the plastic insert.
Edited by Gerald J. 6/23/2009 12:23
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I have both openers and closers from shoup on my CIH, probably 1400~ acres on them, zero issues. I buy all I can from them, usually around NFMS time to get the 10% discount for pickup.
I built my 7200 2 winters ago with shoup parts; Double disk fert openers, a couple of arms for those disk openers, all new no-till coulters and bearings, and lastly, the trailing closing wheel arms.
Can't seem to see any adverse wear after only 2 seasons, so I can't really give an honest answer. Everything looks to be going around, and up and down as reqd.
But reading several recent posts about their parts pretty much centers around the cheaper bearing being used. I don't believe they are the only guilty vendor.. so check what others may be offering.
I think money saved is about offset by a little shorter service life. So if you are thinking about trading planter in a year or two, aftermarket may be the way to go. Keeping it for a longer time? might be better off to go full name brand.
Schlegel Farms, Hagerstown Indiana
Put Shoup seed and fertilizer openers on one-half, and Deere steel on the other half.
The only difference was I spent more for the Deere stuff. If I hadn't written down which was which you couldn't tell the difference.
cotncrzy - 6/30/2017 06:59 FWIW, I have family that works in a Timken plant, formally Fafinar. Products built there now is same spec. As china, so all bearings are junk...
Fafnir bearings have been low quality for quite 10 - 15 yrs now. Some China-made brgs easily surpass them.
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