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AC model g snow plow

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Spike in IN

11-21-2012 16:09:01

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Hello, I am new to this forum. I have a friend that restored his fathers G that they used on their strawberry farm. He has had a bit of bad luck and I was thinking of purchasing or making a snow plow for him. It seems they are rare.... Does any of you have any info or pics of what they look like? I would appreciate any help or info.
Thanks a lot

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11-23-2012 10:25:15

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Spike in IN, 11-21-2012 16:09:01  
Unless you want to sit and spin wheels, in heavy
snow..you'll need weight and tire chains !

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Al L. in Wisc.

11-23-2012 07:17:02

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Spike in IN, 11-21-2012 16:09:01  
I peeked in photobucket and found this photo; hope it links; otherwise go to that site and type in Allis Chalmers G. Good luck with your project.


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Bill MO.

11-22-2012 10:44:02

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Spike in IN, 11-21-2012 16:09:01  
are you thinking of a blade in the middle of the tractor like a grader or out in front like a snow plow?

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Spike in IN

11-22-2012 10:58:53

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Bill MO., 11-22-2012 10:44:02  
I am thinking of one out in front. I did see one tiny pic in a google search. I would assume under the belly would be difficult in the snow.

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Lonnie Smith

11-22-2012 09:03:15

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Spike in IN, 11-21-2012 16:09:01  
I'm not sure there was ever a factory snow plow for one although I'm sure someone has built one.

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Spike in IN

11-22-2012 10:06:03

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 Re: AC model g snow plow in reply to Lonnie Smith, 11-22-2012 09:03:15  
Thanks, I am really leaning to making one so pics of any would probably be the most helpful.

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