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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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Moline g-1000 questions

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elijahearnestfarmall

11-09-2017 03:51:47




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Hello. My neighbor is selling this Moline G-1000 and I had a couple questions...
I researched the serial number and tractordata says the tractor is a row-crop (number is 30600158) but it is a wide front machine. Does that mean its a row-crop that has a wide front?
The only thing damaged badly on the tractor is a device on the left axle that limits how far you can steer. Is this a major problem?
Is this tractor as unique as tractordata makes it out to be? (only 7,397 manufactured?)
Right now the price for this machine is at $1200. Is this a good deal?
The sheet metal has no dents. Just rusty. Almost perfect condition.
This is a running machine.
I can get more pictures if that would help.
Any info is appreciated. Thanks for your time.


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BMG1

11-09-2017 13:38:27




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-09-2017 03:51:47  
Great deal on a running G1000 Row Crop. They only made 1285 diesel, 968 LP and 73 gasoline row crops from 1965-67. They also made Wheatland (Standard) and Vista G1000 models which is probably where they come up with the 7397 number.



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carvel minne farmer

11-09-2017 13:31:28




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-09-2017 03:51:47  
there is a g 1000 on kiji near grande prairie alberta not running, needs motor, nice tin work and cab owner asking $1500.00 cdn.



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Alan K

11-09-2017 10:41:34




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-09-2017 03:51:47  
I would grab it for that price.



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molinegb

11-09-2017 07:43:15




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-09-2017 03:51:47  
By serial is is a 1965 row crop so front end is correct. 1965 would have a brown belly. These early ones had ring and pinion issues due to bad batch of bearings. Many were changed up due to issue. Had one it was just used to drive auger as rearend was bad. Looks like there was cold weather starting issues. Has circulating block heater added.



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Moline_guy

11-09-2017 05:24:35




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to elijahearnestfarmall, 11-09-2017 03:51:47  
That is a fair price, if you don't buy it some one else surely will. Looks to me like that spindle stop just needs to be re welded. Keep those spindle tubes well greased, they are known to rust solid if not used regularly. I can't help you with the serial number break down, but yes it is a row crop tractor with a row crop front axle. The standard wide front axel was non adjustable.



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Alan K

11-09-2017 10:39:52




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 Re: Moline g-1000 questions in reply to Moline_guy, 11-09-2017 05:24:35  
One thing I have found on the MMs. If you pump the spindles full of grease in the fall and through the summer it keeps the water out of them. They seem to attract water lol.



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