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hefty g /tuff built

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jerry 4

07-22-2012 20:15:57

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are hefty Gs the same as tuff built tractors?
are hefty tractors the same as GBT,great bent tractor co.?

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08-01-2012 18:25:38

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 Re: hefty g /tuff built in reply to jerry 4, 07-22-2012 20:15:57  
no they are different, the Tuff-bilt is lower to the ground, much the same size as the Allis G.
The Hefty G, the GBT's and the John Blue tractors sat a bit higher in the air and were missing the arched pipe section over the implements. They used a straight boxed beam and look very close to the same

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hefty g - hefty g Pictures, Images and Photos

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Lowell Cooper

07-27-2012 09:30:07

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 Re: hefty g /tuff built in reply to jerry 4, 07-22-2012 20:15:57  
I've only seen pictuers of Hefty tractors so I can't say . I have never found any information that would confirm that. I do have a GBT 3000 that has the engine in the front. The GBT 2000 has a rear mounted engine. Go to the Gas Engune Magazine web site that has an article Wanted Dead or Alive and there should be a picture of a GBT 2000 and 3000. If you find out for sure that they are please email or call me. phone 419 5469 6478.

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