Definitely a GT. The Gt is easy to tell from the CHT as the CHT "pushes" to lift the tail wheel(thus requiring a heavy pipe linkage) while the GT "pulls" the tailwheel lift assembly (thus able to use only a rod as shown). Also the CH series has the axles mounted above the frame (giving more clearance for trash) and the GT series has the axles under the frame as shown in the photo. The Ch series axles work as scissor(furrow axle rotates back and land axle rotates forward to lift the plow) whereas the GT both axles rotate back to lift the plow. This is why the tail wheel lift mechanisms are different. The GT was the "economy" model and the CH was the "premium" plow.
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