The loader G's had a beefed up front end. A front end weight (pie shaped adds value).
Always store your G with the clutch locked down.
Rear rubber is getting harder to find.
And above all never--freakin NEVER hitch to the drawbar supports, only to the hole in the drawbar. Some have tried to repair the block where the support bolts into. Keep a clevis in the drawbar hole so no one else screws up your engine block. That was a sorry butttt design by AC.
Implments are getting harder to find as the years go on also.
A great choice for very small children to drive as you can walk behind and shut off the switch. Even adults have issues reaching the stupid swirch. Yet small children can simply stand up--while stepping in the clutch and brake using their weight and no leg force in case they get in trouble.
The steering wheel has a V so you can see straight ahead while cultivating.
I got a brain cramp as to what side, but most G's have the one fender that seems to crack often, and 99% of the time it is the same side.
Has the same engine as a MH pony. Continetal N-62 if I'm thinking clear this eve.
I always shut the gas off under the tank on ALL my tractors, and the G isn't the best one for getting your fingers on.
Implments are very easy to put on and off for the most part.
The belt pulleys are the same as a B-C, many have a V belt pulley on them.
Creaper gears are one of those debatable things, but most I guess claim that they all had them in the transmission. Check this board for alot of discussion on that subject.
Very easy to steer, and if you want to park crossways inside your garage, you can lift the front end around so you can get the wives car in again, and save alot of problems within the household. Wives never seem to appreciate being able to get their car only part way in the garage.
Even the hard core anti-tractor wives will soften up when you buy a G. Chicks dig em.
If they have a loader on them, only small children can get to the seat, or a mountan goat.
Easy to become a favorite.
Scale Model G's were designed / scaled off our little G.