|Superseded by||Allis-Chalmers G2|
|Displacement cu in /(litre)||62 cu in|
|No. of Cylinders||4|
|Bore in (mm)||2-3/8 in|
|Stroke in (mm)||3.5 in|
|Factories||Gadsden, Alabama, USA|
The Model G was unique for it's rear-mounted, Continental N62 engine. It was a four-cylinder engine with a 2-3/8 x 3-1/2 inch bore and stroke. The Model G was designed for small farms and vegetable gardeners, and had it's own line of implements specifically designed for it, including ploughs, planters, and cultivators. The design of the Model G allowed for a great view of the belly-mounted implements.
The Model G was manufactured solely in the factory in Gadsden, Alabama, USA, from 1948 to 1955. 29,976 units were built, which is less than Allis-Chalmers had originally hoped for. The Model G had a 5 gallon fuel tank, weighed 1,285 pounds, and was rated at 10 hp (7.5 kW) at the drawbar (Tested at 10.33 belt and 9.04 drawbar). The engine had a displacement of 62 cubic inches and was rated at 1800 RPMs. The transmission was a non-synchronized three-speed with reverse.
Very few of this model were imported into the UK, its tool-carrier tractor design competed with locally built tractors like the David Brown 2D, the bean tractor and other similar models built at that time in the niche Market garden market.
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|Model G||(Austria) • Ursus(Poland)|
(Compact tractors & Cultivators)
ATCO • Barfords of Belton • BMB • Bolens(USA) • British Anzani • Bungartz(Germany) • Carterson • Coleby • Crawley • Cub Cadet(USA) • Cub Cadet Yanmar(USA) • Fahr(Germany) • Garner • Gibson • Goldoni Gunsmith • Gutbrod(Germany) • Howard • Hummel • Irus(Germany) • Iseki(Japan) • Jacobsen Corporation • John Deere(USA) • Kendall • Lawn-Boy • Martin Markham • Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery(Japan) • Monarch Tractor Co. • MTD • Newman • OTA • Pasquali • Ransomes • Rollo • Roths Industries Inc.(USA) • Siemens(Germany) • Simplicity(USA) • Singer • Trusty • Wahl(Germany) • Winget • Wheel Horse tractors
Trucks / tool carriers
(Quad bikes etc. for offroad use)
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