Quality is everything we do. Obsessed with quality since 1982.
Quality is everything we do. Obsessed with quality since 1982.
Quality is everything we do. Obsessed with quality since 1982.
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Who We Are

Super Spares is an Indian based manufacturer of engineered systems and solutions. With extensive experience in the industry, backed by state of the art manufacturing technology and backward integrated manufacturing processes, Super Spares is able to support their customers with global solutions to meet their future challenges. We are the leading producer of 3-point linkage systems for agricultural machinery. The company is located in Faridabad, Haryana, India. Product portfolio offered to the agriculture segment includes Top Link assemblies, Levelling assemblies, Lower link assemblies, precision machined parts, forgings and Hydraulic cylinder solutions.

The company commenced its in-house manufacturing of auto components in 2000. Super Spares products are marketed in India and neighbouring countries under the registered brand names of Farmer. Agricultor, and Rolnik Super Spares is committed to Total Quality Movement (TQM) and supports their customers with global solutions to meet their future challenges. Super Spares is a leading producer of 3-point linkage systems for agricultural machinery which includes Top Link assemblies, Leveling assemblies, Lower link assemblies, precision machined parts, forgings and Hydraulic cylinder solutions. With its in-house manufacturing the company has increased production of auto components from 3000 units to 50000 units per month. Marketed by our leading distribution channel in India and neighbouring countries under the registered brand name of Farmer, Rolnik and Agicultor.

Our Products

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Stabilizer Assembly

Heavy duty stabilizer assembly suitable for Swj tractors, Farmer original part number FMR205

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Levelling Assembly

Rolnik levelling assembly suitable for Mah. tractor models Rolnik original part number RLK253

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TOP LINK ASSEMBLY

Agricultor Toplink Assembly suitable for Swj 735 tractor model, single locknut Agricultor Original part number AGT111

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TOP LINK ASSEMBLY

FARMER original heavy duty Toplink assembly suitable for M.F 241 models Farmer original part No. FMR123

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TOP LINK ASSEMBLY

Rolnik original heavy duty toplink assembly double locknut design suitable for Mah. NST tractor Rolnik part no. RLK108

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Levelling Assembly

Levelling assembly suitable for Swj tractors Both side U joint Rolnik original part No. RLK255

History

Before the 1940s, most hitching of farm implements to tractors was done simply with a drawbar, on the same principle as a modern tow hitch. The drawbar was a flat bar with holes in it, and the implements were trailers, with tongues that attached to the drawbar with a pin through a hole.
The main reason why this was the default hitching idea is that it was the natural follow-on from the days of horse-drawn implements, which were towed as trailers by the horse or team (and often had an operator’s seat). In fact, for decades during the mechanisation of agriculture in Europe and North America, as tractors gradually replaced horses in increasing degrees, existing implements from the horse era were often what the tractor pulled. Towing with a drawbar is a good, practical system for many purposes, and it has continued to be used even up to today, but the three-point hitch outperforms it in several ways (described below).

Harry Ferguson patented the three-point linkage for agricultural tractors in Britain in 1926. He had long been a champion of the importance of rigid attachment of the plough to the tractor. The idea did not originate with him, but he led its popularization over many years of development, explaining, and selling. During the decade of 1916 to 1926 he developed his ideas through various iterations, duplex and triplex, mechanical and hydraulic, to arrive at the patented form. During the next decade, he continued explaining and selling his hitches and implements and even produced his own model of tractor in cooperation with David Brown Ltd. via the Ferguson-Brown Company.

Three-point linkage on a Ferguson 35 tractor. The tractor and linkage are painted gold. The grey bars are a separate implement (a towing ball hitch) attached to the linkage. The three-point hitch is made up of several components working together. These include the tractor’s hydraulic system, attaching points, the lifting arms, and stabilizers.

Components

Three-point hitches are composed of three movable arms. The two lower arms—the hitch lifting arms—are controlled by the hydraulic system, and provide lifting, lowering, and even tilting to the arms. The upper center arm—called the top link—is movable, but is usually not powered by the tractor’s hydraulic system. Each arm has an attachment device to connect implements to the hitch. Each hitch has attachment holes for attaching implements, and the implement has posts that fit through the holes. The implement is secured by placing a pin on the ends of the posts. The hitch lifting arms are powered by the tractor’s own hydraulic system. The hydraulic system is controlled by the operator, and usually a variety of settings are available. A draft control mechanism is often present in modern three-point hitch systems. The draft of the implement, the amount of force it is taking to pull the implement, is sensed on the top link and the hydraulic system automatically raises the arms slightly when the draft increases and lowers the arms when the draft decreases.
Quality and Testing
The highest level of quality standard is maintained in all of the processes and procedures. Utmost importance is given on maintaining the optimum level of quality at all levels from raw material testing, patrol and stage inspection to final inspection. In-house facilities have enabled it to maintain quality standards in all the processes. Total quality is achieved through implementation of Quality Management Systems

3 Point Linkage

Three point linkage (or three-point-hitch) is a standardised system to attach implements to tractors. They comprise of three movable arms assembled in a triangle or ‘A’ formation, and are controlled by the hydraulic system allowing lifting, lowering and tilting. Three point linkage systems are designed to shift the weight of the implement, such as a plough, to the tractor providing the tractor more traction. The top link (upper centre arm) is adjustable in length to allow the attachment to run at the desired level. In most instances, the top link will also actuate the tractors built in ‘draft control’. Draft control is a system that adjusts depth automatically when resistance, eg. A stone or root is met by a ground engaging implement. The orientation of the implement can be altered longitudinally by adjusting the ‘levelling box’ and laterally by adjusting the top link. Stabilisers can be fitted and adjusted to reduce implement ‘sway’, normally to avoid the implement fouling the tyres when traveling.
Top Link
The top link is rigid and is designed to set the operating angle alignment of the implement. Manual top links have an adjustable shaft with a ‘ball’ end – one end is attached to the tractor and the other to the implement. Hydraulic top links are common on large machines, these allow adjustments to be made with ease at the touch of a button!
Lower Lift Arm
The lower lift arms are two rigid bars with ball joints each end. Powered by the hydraulic system and controlled by the driver, the lower lift arms are the only powered part of the 3 point linkage, designed to lift and lower any implement attached to them.

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