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Still using G

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06-24-2014 04:30:22

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I was keeping my wife company at a pick-em-ur-self strawberry farm yesterday. Tractor tracks around there looked suspiciously like made by a G. Sure enuf, as we left, I spotted it. Very much a working tractor. Customized in many ways. Lots of hydraulics and specialized equipment hanging on the front frame. I can't think of anything else that would do for the strawberry enterprise what this little G is doing.

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Eldon (WA)

06-28-2014 09:03:40

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 Re: Still using G in reply to leon, 06-24-2014 04:30:22  
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My main cultivating tractor for our produce business is a G with hydraulics. I have a custom built cultivator tailored to our soil that works better than anything else I have seen. I also have 5 spare G's just in case :lol: I bought a clone, but it just doesn't steer and handle like the good ole G!

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Traditional Farmer

06-24-2014 04:51:43

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 Re: Still using G in reply to leon, 06-24-2014 04:30:22  
I used a G in vegetables for quit awhile but now have a Hines H-1600 it has everything I always wanted on the old G.Built just like the G but has hydraulics front front and rear with separate controls,more HP,hydrostatic transmission.So do you think it might be possible it was a Hines or Tuff Bilt both are close G clones?

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06-24-2014 08:48:16

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 Re: Still using G in reply to Traditional Farmer, 06-24-2014 04:51:43  
No, for sure it was an AC model G. I own one. This working one was modified with separate front and rear hydraulics and a whole stack of control vlaves. A surplus ammo box full of weight was added on the front end where the now very rare and expensive AC factory weight would normally set.

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