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AC Model G

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Lee Marvin

10-17-2002 08:04:45

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Help for a novice

I need a small tractor for a truck farm & cannot afford much! Someone suggested an Allis Chambers G. I plan to use it for cultivating and pulling small wagon. It would be nice to use it for small manure spreader with PTO and small rotavator. Does the G model have PTO? Do they make a kit for a 3-point hitch? The other suggestion was the TuffBilt which is a tractor modeled after the G made by a small manufacturer, I believe in GA? Thanks for your help?

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Doug in OR

10-17-2002 19:21:23

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 Re: AC Model G in reply to Lee Marvin, 10-17-2002 08:04:45  
The problem with a G is that they are hot collectors items. Finding one that has all the implements you would want, and in any kind of decent shape, will cost you way over $3000. You might want to consider a B instead. There are many more around, and at more reasonable prices.

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Bob Semrau

10-17-2002 14:46:24

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 Re: AC Model G in reply to Lee Marvin, 10-17-2002 08:04:45  
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A G does not have a standard PTO - it has a belt pulley which you can use to run a belly mounted mower. A 3 point hitch wouldn't work very well, either, as the G has the engine in back. Most G implements mount in the center, just ahead of the driver - that's why they're so good at cultivating. For the uses you are describing, you should probably look for a model B (also by AC) - it is more conventional, but still small. Saukville makes a modern G replacement, which would also do what you want, if you have the money.

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