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Allis Chalmer G Grader Blade

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Jim Abrahamson

04-13-2004 08:12:24




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I am looking for information on a grader blade for a 1952 AC G. I have been told that they made a blade that is positioned at the center of the tractor. I have not been able to find any information on the web. I would also like to know where I could purchase a blade




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Dan Spencer

04-13-2004 12:12:06




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 Re: Allis Chalmer G Grader Blade in reply to Jim Abrahamson, 04-13-2004 08:12:24  
Hi,
I have a G sales video that shows a blade in action. It is forward of the tractor, mounted by long bars back to the engine frame area.
I have a picture of my homemade blade on this site. Just go down the photos list for all tractors. Doesn't show up on an Allis search. ( I didn't put Chalmers in the title ).
I made it out of a 42" lawn tractor blade.



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Roger A. NY

04-13-2004 12:01:17




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 Re: Allis Chalmer G Grader Blade in reply to Jim Abrahamson, 04-13-2004 08:12:24  
Jim, I have a blade that came with my '49 G (not for sale) that was suppose to go on my G but I can't figure how it is suppose to attatch, but then I haven't figured out how to post a picture of it in the archive either. I have seen a couple of pictures of Gs with a blade on but were so distant that I could not tell how it mounted. I also got a manual that has a lot of G implements in it but nothing on the blade. I know this manual dos not have all implements as it does not show a rear mounted land plow but I have seen pictures of these also. A fellow had pictures of a G that he had bought with a blade but I don't think this was factory as it looked to be mounted to cultivator shanks. Sorry, I don't know where you can buy one! Best of luck! Roger

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jrost

02-09-2005 10:31:43




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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmer G Grader Blade in reply to Roger A. NY, 04-13-2004 12:01:17  
I have been looking for a blade for my G for a while & not being able to find one, designed one that would be center mount. It will use a King Kutter Blade (available at Atwoods, Orschlins) with 3 point cut off & a new center mount. It will have lifting lugs for manual lift arms & arms to back mounting lugs on trans housing. I am planning on selling kits if there is any interest. Email @ Retool@valonnet.com

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