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Spring is knocking on the door - is your equipment ready?  Since the first of this year we have purchased a combined total of 140 tractors, combines, cotton pickers and other ag equipment made up of all makes and models.  Call us today - our Parts Specialists are the best in the business and will help keep your equipment running!
Jeff Schwartze was the winner of our FREE DICKEY-john® MINI GAC® PLUS Grain Moisture Tester promotion!  Congratulations, Jeff!
What do think of our newsletter?  We'd be excited to find out what we could add or do differently to keep you informed about the great things happening at Worthington Ag Parts.  And just a reminder that we will be having more promotions, more give-aways, and more sales for our faithful newsletter subscribers.  Thanks for reading!


Mike Winter
President - Worthington Ag Parts
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Schumacher Now Distributing Schumacher Crop Cutting Products
We are excited to partner with Schumacher to provide the best crop cutting products in the industry.  Schumacher is a worldwide leader in manufacturing crop cutting products.  We are currently adding the new products to our system so you can order on line and at our stores.  We will also have informational literature on these products at our stores soon so stay tuned.
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Worthington Ag Parts is your one stop shop for a full line of parts for late model farm equipment including skid steers and compact tractors.
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Tech Tips
 Diesel Slobber
Seeing "oil" dripping from the expansion joints on the exhaust manifold or "oil" spots on the hood and you're thinking your turbo is bad? Been using that high horsepower tractor for utility tractor work?  Had it on the auger at the grain bins last fall, pushed "a little" snow with it this winter? 
This "oil" is not "oil" but rather the result of diesel slobber caused by excessive light-load run-time. Diesel engines are designed to operate with a load; most effectively in the 70-80% range of rated output. When a diesel tractor operates considerably below the rated output level the engine can start to "wet stack" or "slobber".
As there is no spark ignition, cylinder temperature, obtained by compressing air in the compression stroke, is necessary to ignite the fuel. At low idle and light loads the cylinder temperature drops leading to incomplete combustion. This incomplete combustion leads to an accumulation of carbon particles, unburned fuel, lube oil, condensed water and acids in the exhaust system.  Engine "slobbering", what appears as "oil" out of the exhaust is the result.  Put the tractor to work on a load suited for its horsepower and the slobber should clean up; if it doesn't other engine mechanical problems could be the fault and requires further diagnose.
What ever that diagnoses discloses count on Worthington Ag Parts to be your solutions providers.  We cover all makes and models of equipment with used, new and rebuilt parts to best fit your repair situation.
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