Replacement parts for pulling tractors can be purchased online through the classifieds section of specialty sites such as the National Tractor Pullers Association, parts retailers such as Kenny's Pulling Parts and through general classifieds sites such as Craigslist. Online auction sites such as eBay also frequently feature parts.Continue Reading
Listings on the National Tractor Pullers Association website are active for 45 days and also appear in the organization's print publication, "The Puller" magazine. Each listing contains a description of the part or tractor being sold along with details on the price. Pictures are not required, but the site does support their inclusion in posts. The site does not offer any special means for contacting the seller, so buyers must use whatever information the seller has provided.
In order to sell a product on eBay, users must create a free seller account that allows customers to rate their experiences with the seller. This rating system is the primary way that buyers can judge the trustworthiness of a seller prior to completing a purchase. The site recommends buyers read through a seller's feedback to look for warnings from other users, such as inconsistency between product pictures and the actual product or failure to deliver a product after receiving payment.Learn more about Agriculture