New Deutz Parts Dealer
We specialize in new and used parts for Deutz Tractors.
Walt’s Tractor, LLC, located in Stark City, Missouri and has been selling the Deutz tractors since 1967. After 47 years experience with them, we believe Deutz has proved to be one of the top quality tractors manufactured.
Founders of WTS – Walter and Evelyn
The demand for parts has steadily grown. Buying parts to repair a tractor, even new parts, is much more cost efficient than buying a new tractor these days. We have one of the largest supplies of used Deutz parts in the USA. We can service your Deutz as well, we have had tractors shipped in to work on from all over the country.
WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR MORE DEAUTZ TRACTORS.
If you have one you are interested in selling, please contact us. Maybe we can work a deal.
We now have aftermarket parts available through the online store button below, for many tractor brands such as John Deere, Case-IH, Ford, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Oliver, White as well as Deutz!
Many more new & used Deutz parts available, call or email with questions.
Shipping only available to USA & Canada!
The Deutz Tractor in Review
The long history of DEUTZ-FAHR is closely linked with one name. In 1864 Nicolaus August Otto founded the engine works N.A. Otto & Cie., later to become Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG (KHD) in Cologne, and shortly afterwards invented the first four-stroke combustion engine. Outstanding landmarks were the begin of series production of tractors with a diesel engine (1927), the series production of small tractors (1936). 1942 KHD starts mass production of Deutz air-cooled diesel engines.
1963 Deutz engineers develop Transfermatic hydraulics. 1966 KHD begins marketing Deutz tractors and Deutz-Fahr hay tools in North America. 1968 KHD acquires Fahr, one of Europe’s leading farm machinery makers. 1978 KHD introduces DX Series tractors to North America. 1980 KHD starts up engine plant, Richmond, Indiana. 1981 KHD announces plans to manufacture new generation of air-cooled automotive diesel engines in Montreal, Canada. In 1990 began the production of the first full view tractor AngroXtra.