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Allis B or similar small tractor

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Timber Beast

07-16-2002 15:05:34




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Howdy guys. Had a tractor question and thought I would start here. I operate a small but growing Christmas tree operation in Indiana. I am considering expanding my mowing equipment and am thinking about a small tractor like an allis B, farmall cub, etc basically a small tractor with wide front that would be good with a belly or rear finish mower. Want to keep the tractor small so I can plant the tree rows as close as possible to keep my number of trees per acre ( and profit ) as high as I can. Want the mower to just cover the tracks of the tractor, maybe 5 foot? What do you think a good setup would be? Other tractors that may be good? Economy? Have a WD, but she is just too big to be practical for this. Anybody in West-central Indiana have a B set up like this that I could look at or maybe even test drive? Not to buy, just check out. Thanks.

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Glenn(WV)

07-18-2002 20:19:57




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 Re: Allis B or similar small tractor in reply to Timber Beast, 07-16-2002 15:05:34  
The B would be a good one, as would a C/CA; you might even consider one of the IH offset tractors(Super A, 100, 130, 140).



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JF

07-16-2002 16:21:42




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 Re: Allis B or similar small tractor in reply to Timber Beast, 07-16-2002 15:05:34  
I use a CA with a 6' mower.Use a woods and it finish cuts better than my over priced JD mower.
I found after looking for a long time that the AC is a lot cheaper.



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