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03-20-2020 06:48:14

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I purchased a Allis G sometime ago and redid it and I was wondering what is this mechanism under here used for, Iím going to put a cultivator under it and I wondered if I should keep it for later use for something or sell it?
Any help, Jack

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03-20-2020 20:10:04

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to jona, 03-20-2020 06:48:14  
My G had to go in the downsizing for moving into a retirement village. After reading this thread and seeing the photos, I sure am missing my little "G" girl tonight.

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03-20-2020 14:19:52

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to jona, 03-20-2020 06:48:14  
There was a whole flotilla of attachments made for Gs. A lot from A-C and probably more aftermarket. I have a Mott flail mower and a front mounted snow blower with mine as well as a plow and cultivators. I went through all the A-C literature I have and didn't see anything with that frame. My guess would be for a front mounted blade for snow or grading. I could never find anything on the snow blower.

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03-20-2020 15:29:18

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 03-20-2020 14:19:52  
Thanks for your pictures and your comments maybe somebody will come up with the answer Iíll wait and see , it sure did puzzle me even the guy I got it from didnít know

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03-20-2020 09:07:21

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to jona, 03-20-2020 06:48:14  
Can't tell you what it is but I sure would like a G. They where built in the town I was born in. Do you know what town and state that is??

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03-20-2020 11:26:07

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to old, 03-20-2020 09:07:21  
This is a picture of the one I have they were built between 1948 at 1955 this one is a 1952 they were built in the state of Alabama garden stone or something like that yes I donít know what that was on this tractor for I donít think it was For lifting the implements it looks like it was for something more stable like maybe a plow snow plow or something greater blade anyway thanks for the replythis is my little shop I work in..

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03-20-2020 11:32:26

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to jona, 03-20-2020 11:26:07  
Alabama is right the town is Gadsten. I was born there but did not live there very long. M dad was a preach so we moved a lot. Still remember living in Athens TN and having a kid call me a dam Yankee so I asked him where he was born and he said right here in Athens ad I told him if any one was Yankee it was him since I was born a whole south of where he was born. He shut up after that

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03-20-2020 08:05:37

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 Re: What was this used for in reply to jona, 03-20-2020 06:48:14  
Looks to be the lifting bar for your attachments (cultivators) You should have a lever on your right side that hooks to this to raise or lower attachments, at least that's what it looks like.

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