G.W Tractors has a huge range of aftermarket Fiat tractor parts in its warehouses in Melbourne and Brisbane and if we don’t have it in stock, we’ll find it for you, fast.
We’ve been importing replacement parts for Fiat tractors, direct from aftermarket manufacturers for the last 30 years and pride ourselves on the quality of our parts.
Get your parts directly from the importer – give us a call on 1800 062 790 and our parts people will get your aftermarket Fiat tractor parts delivered in no time.
Aftermarket Tractor Parts for all Fiat models
55-46, 60-46, 65-46
55-56, 60-56, 65-56, 70-56
45-66, 50-66, 55-66, 60-66, 60-66F, 65-66, 70-66, 80-66
45-76, 55-76, 60-76, 60-76F, 70-76, 80-76, 80-76F
50-86, 55-86, 60-86, 62-86, 62-86F, 70-86, 72-86, 82-86
55-88, 60-88, 65-88, 70-88, 80-88
50-90, 55-90, 60-90, 65-90, 70-90, 80-90, 85-90, 90-90, 95-90, 100-90, 110-90, 115-90, 130-90, 140-90, 160-90, 180-90
60-93, 65-93, 72-93, 82-93, 88-93, 95-93
60-94, 65-94, 72-94, 82-94, 88-94
129, 131, 411, 415, 446, 450, 466, 470, 480, 500, 540, 550, 566, 570, 580, 600, 640, 650, 666, 670, 680, 750, 766, 780, 850, 880, 880-5, 900, 980, 1000, 1180, 1280, 1300, 1380, 1580, 1880
F100, F110, F115, F120, F130, F140
L60, L65, L75, L85, L95
M100, M110, M115, M135, M160
Fiat parts categories
Used Fiat Machinery and Parts
G.W. Tractors are constantly buying and selling used Fiat tractors and often wrecking them for parts. Below are what we have in our yards at the moment. Give us a call at 1800 062 790 if you can’t find what you need.
FIAT 45-66 2WD – WreckingRead more
FIAT F100DT – WreckingRead more
Fiat 650 – WreckingRead more
Fiat 50-66 – WreckingRead more
Fiat 130-90 also wrecking 80-90 , 70-90 , 60-90Read more
Fiat New Hollland L65 – WreckingRead more
Fiat 650 Tractor – WreckingRead more
Fiat 640 DT Tractor – WreckingRead more
Accessories, consumables & more
G.W. Tractors also has a huge range of accessories and consumables for all makes and models of tractors. Everything you need to keep your tractor working.
Contact us for Fiat replacement parts
The Fiat story
Founded in 1919, Fiat Trattori was a manufacturer of tractors and other agricultural equipment. Throughout its run it established itself as Italy’s leading tractor manufacturer and one of the biggest in Europe. From launching its first tractor, the Fiat 702, Fiat went on to produce more than one million units and acquire leading agriculture equipment firms in Europe and the US.
In 1932, Fiat introduced the first European crawler tractor, the Fiat 700C. The manufacturer also moved its tractor production from Turin to Modena. The following year, Fiat took over OM, which was known to produce both industrial vehicles and tractors.
Fiat formed an alliance with the French company SIMCA in the early 1950s. This new partnership allowed SIMCA to construct Fiat cars and tractors following the Italian manufacturer’s designs.
1957 saw Fiat’s tractor output exceed the 100,000 unit mark. This milestone was then followed by the launch of the Diamante series, which further solidified the Italian manufacturer’s position in Europe.
In 1975, Fiat Trattori acquired a minor share of Laverda SpA, a company specializing in combines since 1873. Two years later, Fiat took over three companies: Hesston, an American leader in manufacturing forage equipment; Braud, a French leader in producing grape harvesters; and Agrifull, an Italian specialist in small-sized tractors. These acquisitions led to Fiat Trattori changing its name to FiatAgri and its livery from the iconic orange to burgundy, which will be used in all its new tractors. FiatAgri also started to manufacture foraging machinery and grape harvesting equipment.
FiatAgri acquired Ford New Holland in 1991 and adopted its name to further its status in the world markets. More than 10 years later, Fiat Industrial merged with New Holland to create CNH Industrial. This merging then resulted in removing the FiatAgri, Ford, and other lesser brands’ logos from the machinery to make way for New Holland. Nevertheless, the new logo and color used still bore the three brands’ heritage: FiatAgri in the leaf symbol, Ford in the blue livery, and New Holland in the name.