Sacramento For Tractors has been the top Sacramento tractor sales dealership going all the way back to 1969. We pride ourselves on having the best Kubota tractor sales in Sacramento CA. We also have a top-notch tractor repair and maintenance department, and our tractor parts team is second to none. When you need the right equipment for the right job, be sure to call SFT and we can make the perfect recommendation for your needs.

Company details

3850 Power Inn Road , Sacramento , California 95826 USA

Locations Served

Our Manufacturers

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

Harold Adams was born in Alameda, Ca in December 1922 and raised in Northern California. A graduate of Woodland High he was a sports writer for the Woodland Newspaper before signing up for the Army Air Corps and joining his fellow soldiers during WWII. As a 2nd Lieutenant he was the navigator and bombardier in the B26 Aircraft, flying 27 missions all over Europe. He was discharged from the service at Barksdale Field in Shreveport, Louisiana where in a small café he met Sullie Sullivan, who he married. By 1950, Harold was a father to four children and working as a mechanic at the Frank James Tractor Company in Natchitoches, Louisiana.

During a visit with the family back to California in 1952 he was offered a job as parts manager at the Lodi Tractor Company, which led to a sad family relocation from Louisiana to California.
Harold loved the tractor business and eventually was promoted to store manager at the dealership in Sacramento when the Rott Brothers Tractor Company changed ownership after the death of the owner.
In 1968 he threatened to leave the dealership due to conflicting views about the direction of the markets for the Sacramento area. This led to the sale of the business. At that time, the Ford Motor Company offered Harold the opportunity to partner up with them in a Dealer Development program, and by 1974 Harold had purchased all of the stock in the local Sacramento tractor company and owned the business.

I returned home from the Army in 1971 and have been in the dealership since. Harold left us in 2007, and my son Kris joined me around this time as the Service Manager and assumed oversight of the entire operation, along with my daughter Kacee Vaba and my son-in-law Micah.

We built our new state of the art facility on the 4 acre corner of Power Inn Road and 14th avenue in 1979. We are one of the original Kubota Tractor dealers having signed on in early 1974.

It was a very sad day for Harold in 2003, when after Ford Motor Company had sold the tractor division to Fiat, he chose to reject a demand by to invest a substantial amount of money into what would have been a poor business decision.

We built our new state of the art facility on the 4 acre corner of Power Inn Road and 14th avenue in 1979. We are one of the original Kubota Tractor dealers having signed on in early 1974.

It was a very sad day for Harold in 2003, when after Ford Motor Company had sold the tractor division to Fiat, he chose to reject a demand by to invest a substantial amount of money into what would have been a poor business decision.