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Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup?

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sodly

01-09-2019 09:45:14




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Has anyone ever tried to carry an Allis G in the bed of a full-size pickup? Will it fit? Any pics? Thanks!




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sodly

01-09-2019 16:01:23




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
Are there any other vintage small tractors that can fit into a 3/4 ton pickup box? Maybe an Allis IB? Any photos are appreciated.



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Grandpa love

01-11-2019 15:46:47




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 16:01:23  
Farmall cub. Slips right in!



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old

01-09-2019 16:47:31




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 16:01:23  
There are probably a good number of them. Like the Ford N series or the A/C B. Shoot I have a Celtrac HG42 that will almost fit in a pickup



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old

01-09-2019 15:07:06




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
A G is a pretty small tractor so yes likely to be able to. I once knew a guy who had a Ford N series don't remember which one but he would haul it in his 3/4 ton pickup all he needed was some place to back into a ditch so he could then drive it out of the bed of his truck



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Mike(NEOhio)

01-09-2019 12:37:42




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
I did. T took the gate off and pulled straight in with wood ramps on the step bumper. Didn't want to put the rear weight on the tailgate. The nose was higher that the bed so I put large wood blocks in front of the front tires to keep it from going through the rear window.



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JoeM(GA)

01-09-2019 10:33:17




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
A G will fit with the tailgate down, I'd back it in as there's lots less weight on the front tires and that will put much less strain on the tailgate support links

tight fit without an engine with wheels turned 90 degrees!

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Traditional Farmer

01-09-2019 10:01:44




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
I've hauled G's and B's in a full size pickup with an 8ft bed,but a C would probably be too wide.



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sodly

01-09-2019 09:46:32




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:45:14  
I presume a B or C Allis is longer than a G, correct? Or would either of those fit in an 8' box, by chance?



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M Nut

01-09-2019 10:48:53




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 Re: Will an Allis Chalmers G fit in a pickup? in reply to sodly, 01-09-2019 09:46:32  
Wife's uncle hauled his AC B in a 1979 Chevrolet 3/4 ton on several occasions. Said it worked great.



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