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G for vegetables?

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02-07-2004 17:42:21

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I have a small truck farm and currently have a Farmall cub and model A. I use them for cultivation and pulling a transplanter. The A is about perfect, but it is too wide. The cub is narrow enough, but 1st gear is a little quick for pulling the transplanter and some real close cultivation. I was thinking about an Allis G? What do you guys think?

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02-07-2004 18:54:34

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 Re: G for vegetables? in reply to Josh, 02-07-2004 17:42:21  

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02-07-2004 19:33:32

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 Re: Re: G for vegetables? in reply to CHALMERSBOB, 02-07-2004 18:54:34  
Some Gs had an extra low gear, would make them a 4 speed I guess, it was infront of the normal transmission housing. Don't know much about this but I have seen the cutaways in the IT manual.

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02-08-2004 09:23:01

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 Re: Re: Re: G for vegetables? in reply to wdTom, 02-07-2004 19:33:32  

All G's have the low gear...it is a common misconception that it was an option since the G uses the B transmission case which shows only 3 forward gears in the shift pattern. The 4th gear was only shown by a decal on the battery box lid, which wore off or the lid got taken off.

Sometimes the shift linkage gets messed up inside and the low gear appears to not be there. BTW, it is all the way to the right and forward.

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02-09-2004 16:32:07

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: G for vegetables? in reply to Eldon (WA), 02-08-2004 09:23:01  
That's great, I learn something new about Gs. Thanks

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