G.W. Tractors has a huge range of aftermarket McCormick tractor parts and accessories in its warehouses in Melbourne and Brisbane and if we don’t have it in stock, we’ll find it for you, fast.
- Models we cover
- Types of parts
- Used machinery and parts
- Accessories, consumables & more
- The McCormick story
We’ve been importing replacement parts for McCormick 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 McCormick tractor parts delivered in no time.
Aftermarket Tractor Parts for all McCormick models
C50, C60, C70, C80, C90, C100
CX50, CX60, CX70, CX75, CX80, CX85, CX90, CX95, CX100, CX105, CX110
MC80, MC90, MC95, MC100, MC105, MC110, MC115, MC120, MC120 Power 6, MC125, MC130, MC135, MC135 Power 6
MTX110, MTX120, MTX125, MTX135, MTX140, MTX145, MTX150, MTX155, MTX165, MTX175, MTX180, MTX185, MTX200
TTX190, TTX210, TTX230
XTX145, XTX165, XTX185, XTX185E, XTX200, XTX200E, XTX215
ZTX230, ZTX260, ZTX280
McCormick parts categories
Used McCormick Machinery and Parts
G.W. Tractors are constantly buying and selling used McCormick 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.
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 McCormick replacement parts
The McCormick story
The McCormick tractors were named for the McCormick family of Chicago and Virginia, USA, who attained prominence and fortune from inventing the McCormick Reaper, a machine that revolutionized agriculture.
In 1831, Cyrus Hall McCormick took over the design of his father’s unsuccessful reaper. In six weeks, he redesigned, built, tested, and remodelled it in the family smithy in Walnut Grove. This reaper was then successfully demonstrated on a neighbour’s farm at Steeles Tavern.
Three years later, Cyrus patented his reaper after making several changes to the design. He was also granted a patent for a cast and wrought iron plough called “The Patent Hill Side Plow”, which became popular in Virginia.
In 1847, the demand for McCormick’s reaper exceeded the ability of Walnut Grove smithy to produce the machine. Because of this, Cyrus formed a partnership with C.M. Gray to purchase lots on the north bank of the Chicago river. Here, a factory was constructed to build 500 reapers in time for the following year’s harvest.
Cyrus Hall McCormick died in 1884. In the year of his death, the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. sold 54,841 machines and introduced the McCormick steel twine binder.
McCormick Harvesting Co., Deering Harvesting Co., Plano Harvester Co., Milwaukee Harvester Co., and Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Co. merged to form International Harvester Company (IHC) in 1902. Cyrus H. McCormick (Junior) was named president with Charles Deering as Chairman of the Board.
1951 saw the commencement in production of McCormick International “BM” tractors, which were made of 100% British-produced components. In the same year, Brooks McCormick, great grand nephew of Cyrus Hall McCormick, was named as Managing Director of International Harvester Great Britain (IHGB). Three years later, Brooks returned to the USA and was named CEO of IHC from 1971 to 1978. He was the last McCormick to hold a senior position within International Harvester.
The expansion of agricultural mechanisation all over the world saw a need to produce small tractors. In 1954, IHGB purchased the old “Jowett” car works in Idle, Bradford and started building the McCormick International B 250 tractor. Rated at 30hp, it was Britain’s first tractor to incorporate disc brakes and differential locking.
In 2000, the Case IH tractor manufacturing plant in Doncaster, England, was purchased by ARGO S.p.A. of Italy. It was then made the global headquarters of the newly established McCormick Tractors International Ltd. Products from the Doncaster plant were then sold worldwide under the McCormick brand name.
Two years later, ARGO S.p.A. purchased CNH’s transmission facility in St. Dizier, France, which was then established as McCormick France. This acquisition gave McCormick an operating base in France as well as control over the transmission build.
In 2007, ARGO S.p.A. shut down the Doncaster plant and transferred the production of McCormick tractors to its factory in Fabbrico, Italy. International sales, service support, and marketing activities were also moved to Italy, while an independent distributor handled these for Great Britain and Ireland.