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AC G Implements

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JD B Mech

08-05-2013 15:58:39

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I recently inherited a pretty nice 48" G which was restored about 15 years ago. It"s been kept inside and still looks good, but hasn"t run in several years.

Included in the package was a 12" right-hand plow, grader blade, two shop-made ditching implements (see photos), a store-bought spike-tooth harrow which has been adapted to fit a G, and a complete cultivator mounted on the tractor. I also have an implement adjusting lever which I can"t identify.

I"m debating selling the entire outfit or possibly keeping the tractor w/mounted cultivator and selling the loose implements. I"ve done several hours of on-line research to try to determine ball-park values of this stuff and am not having much luck. My questions are:

1. Is it more advantageous to sell the tractor with all of the implements or break it up and sell things individually? 2. Are AC G implements a rarity and hard to find? 3. Based on the photos, can anyone give me a realistic ballpark estimate of what each item is worth?

Yeah, I know that last question makes your blood boil and I hate to ask it, but please cut me some slack.........I"m a JD two-cylinder tractor guy and this is my first experience with AC.

Thanks in advance for your input and I look forward to your replies.

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mike mckee

09-18-2013 20:22:50

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 Re: AC G Implements in reply to JD B Mech, 08-05-2013 15:58:39  
interested if you decide to sell the grader blade

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08-06-2013 04:29:34

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 Re: AC G Implements in reply to JD B Mech, 08-05-2013 15:58:39  
Pretty sure that the adjusting lever is off a Farmall Cub for the breaking plow. Looks just like the one I have on my Cub.

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JD B Mech

08-07-2013 06:46:56

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 Re: AC G Implements in reply to Momac, 08-06-2013 04:29:34  
I think you're grandfather had a Farmall Cub at one time and this lever probably got mixed in with the AC G stuff. Thanks for your input!

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Lonnie Smith

08-05-2013 19:07:14

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 Re: AC G Implements in reply to JD B Mech, 08-05-2013 15:58:39  
The homemade implements probably not worth much if anything, a right hand plow you can buy for $150-$200. I'm not sure the adjusting handle is for a G, could be from something else and made to work on it but I could be wrong? If you have a full set of cultivators then that is probably the most valuable implement. The implements are probably worth more sold seperatly than with the tractor.

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JD B Mech

08-07-2013 06:44:20

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 Re: AC G Implements in reply to Lonnie Smith, 08-05-2013 19:07:14  
Thanks Lonnie, I appreciate it!

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