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Combine Need a Part? – Spare a Thought for the Web!

For over 35 years the Manners family has come to the rescue of thousands of arable farmers, all over the world. Now, they are coming to the rescue of these farmers on the World Wide Web.

Tracking and sourcing key replacement parts of combines can be extremely stressful, difficult and expensive especially during the harvest season. Today it has been announced that the largest combine breaker in the UK, Northumberland based John Manners and Sons have just launched a dedicated online store for new combine parts.

Richard Manners

Richard Manners

Key second hand combine parts are becoming increasingly hard to source, and www.combinespares.co.uk will now stock the major items that farmers and engineers usually look for when their combine breaks down. These are the items that are most frequently requested, such as Drive Gear Boxes for the Combine Headers, Concaves, Sieves and Pulleys. These brand new components for all the major brands Claas, New Holland and John Deere will be kept as standard and dispatched within 24 hours. Items not listed will be ordered on a requested basis and available within a week.

More and more people are now buying online and Richard Manners tells us that this is a natural progression for the company: “Launching an on-line shop means that a farmer or contractor can check himself whether we have a replacement ready to send out. It also means a 24/7 service that doesn’t have to wait until the parts department opens. We know the marketplace and what people need, and by selling online we are meeting the needs of the savvy shopper for combine parts.”

Thinking of the breaking business that has brought the firm its reputation for success and reliability, Richard adds: “We will continue to supply good quality second hand parts from the breaking side of the business, so be sure to contact us if you have particular requirements, either by phone or by email.”

Harvest may still be a few months away however and Richard is keen to remind that now is a good time to check your combine for this year: “So many people leave it until the last minute to service their combines. It is much better to check them over in advance to see what repairs or new parts are needed. This will help to ensure that you can make corn when the sun shines!”

Items purchased from www.combinespares.co.uk can be delivered across the globe.

John Manners

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