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Allis G Belly Mower question

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Keven McNeice

01-18-2012 21:11:32

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I purchased a G on new years that comes with home made spring tooth cultivators only. One of the reasons why I was able to convince my family that I should get it is to have a lawn mower at our farm.

I am more than sure I could modify a mower deck to mount on a G, but powering it is another problem. Its serial number is 1192 i believe, so no hydraulics. I haven"t seen if the belt pully is on it but I am sure it is or I could find one.

Seeing some of the Woods Mowers, I have an idea on how I could make a home made belt drive deverter, but if anyone had pictures of something they have that will do the job.( I"ve seen Tom"s but I doubt i have the double engine pully)

Thanks for the help and time everyone.

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02-04-2012 14:15:17

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to Keven McNeice, 01-18-2012 21:11:32  
Not sure where you're located, but here's one for sale in NC... http://charlotte.craigslist.org/grd/2788594634.html
This post was edited by mtyount at 14:16:06 02/04/12.

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01-19-2012 23:12:35

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to Keven McNeice, 01-18-2012 21:11:32  
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my g came with a woods belly mower.

had a clamp on bracket that clamped onto the axle to divert the belt.. pulled was a v belt style pulley.
will have to see if I still have the axle pulley for a pic..

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Paul from MI

01-19-2012 05:11:44

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to Keven McNeice, 01-18-2012 21:11:32  
Might look into one of those pull type rotary mowers. I think some are up to 48" with a 14hp or more engine on them. G is going to be short on the power side for anything very big, unless the grass is very short.

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01-19-2012 05:07:07

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to Keven McNeice, 01-18-2012 21:11:32  
Woods made a mower that would fit it, barely covers the tire tracks. Keep in mind that a G is only about what, 10 HP? Even if you could scrounge a hyd pump, and belt pulley, and the woods mower, you are talking a bout 1-2 grand. Cheaper would be to buy a acre ease wing mower, an old gravely wing mower, or an old 3X reel mower set-up, or even buy 3 push mowers, and fabricate a frame, to pull them with!

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01-19-2012 18:30:58

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to DiyDave, 01-19-2012 05:07:07  
My buddy has two G's and I have a 60" swisher pull behind for my four wheeler that works good. I always told him he should try to mount one under a g like a belly mower, has its own engine.

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02-02-2012 15:35:15

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 Re: Allis G Belly Mower question in reply to dtkraj, 01-19-2012 18:30:58  
I havae one with a 4-foot Mott belly mower. Same mower used on the Cubs but with the wishbone frame toward the rear. There is a brcket that mounts to the large holes on the clutch housing. It has a flat pulley and a spring idler pulley to divert the belt under the axle and forward to the mower pulley.
Cuts great but it's a bear to sharpen. 120 blades.

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