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Ida Red

11-12-2013 08:04:14

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G- Duals.. has anyone ever mounted a set on a G?

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George R. (MN)

11-13-2013 07:36:47

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Ida Red, 11-12-2013 08:04:14  
Old, to answer your question there are still quite a few G"s around in Minnesota. They were used by vegetable farmers. Years ago just north of the Mpls. & St. Paul there were a lot of big "truck gardens" as they were referred too. In those days they hired teenage kids during the summer and fall to harvest their crops. Most of the those G"s were set up for cultivating veggies. So, yep we do have G"s in Yankeeland!

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Lonnie Smith

11-12-2013 17:05:41

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Ida Red, 11-12-2013 08:04:14  
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My sons uses 2 wheel centers on each side but you can also do it without the second center and put spacers between the loops on the rims.

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11-15-2013 17:33:10

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Lonnie Smith, 11-12-2013 17:05:41  
hard to believe that N62 can push enough HP to run out of traction on singles.. ;)

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11-12-2013 18:57:52

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Lonnie Smith, 11-12-2013 17:05:41  
What the heck is a Rebel tractor doing in Yankee land

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Ryan Renko

11-12-2013 16:47:23

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Ida Red, 11-12-2013 08:04:14  
Yes. We have a set on our G. I could post a picture for you if interested but it might take me a day or two. Ryan

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Dennis Stork

11-12-2013 14:04:44

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 Re: AllisG-Duals? in reply to Ida Red, 11-12-2013 08:04:14  
Yes I have.
Just need another set of tires with centers and slightly longer lug bolts. Takes a little time to get the spacing correct with all the different positions that they can be put in but that's all you need. Den

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