Gear Pros: Howell Ambassador Elevator Head Drives

In Service Since WWII

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Howell Ambassador gear drives have been around for a long time, and they last along time. Many of the calls we receive for replacement parts are for head drives that are over 25 years old. We still hear about drives that were in service since the early 1940's.

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American Made Parts

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Gear Pros is proud to continue the production of the Howell Ambassador elevator head drive in New Richmond, WI - USA. The Ambassador elevator gear reducer is one of the few direct connect gear drives for the grain and feed industry. Direct connect = no belts, no chains.

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We Know People

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If you have a Howell Ambassador gear box at your location, and you are looking for someone to service or repair it, we have many contacts to assist you in finding a qualified company in your area to help you out.

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Gears, Bearings, Gaskets, we have them...

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The Howell Ambassador drive continues to provide low maintenance and cost effective operation for many years. We are the sole manufacturer for all replacement gears, shafts, parts, assemblies, gaskets, and oil for all 3 head drive sizes, along with on hand stock of all the internal bearings.  Many replacement parts and oil are in stock and can be shipped immediately.

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Repair Your Head Drive in Place

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One of the advantages to the Ambassador elevator head drive is that in many cases it can be easily repaired while still installed on the leg. This saves you time, money, and hassle. Getting a crane onsite is a pain, sometimes it is impossible to remove the head drive from a leg without disassembly. For more information, contact us.

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Ask us, we are here to help!

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We are here to help you, our valued customer. Often times repairs to grain or feed elevators are a crisis situation. We will do everything we can to help you out. We have maintained records of these head drives, and can answer most questions right away by phone or email. Try to have the serial number from the front cover of the head drive available to speed the process.

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