Remanufactured Parts Are Cheaper

Farmers with Case IH and New Holland equipment should ask their machinery dealer about remanufactured parts as a lower cost alternative to new parts. The parent company, CNH, says the remanufactured parts business is “especially relevant in today’s economy” and that remanufactured parts themselves are “an ideal solution for equipment owners looking to lower their operating costs.”

CNH Original Parts also has a new Gold Value program, which provides common repair parts for its discontinued brands. Gold Value provides clutch assemblies, brakes, steering parts, engine parts, electrical parts and gaskets for Ford, International Harvester, David Brown, Fiat, and Hesston equipment manufactured from 1962 through 1992.

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