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post #16 of 20 Old 10-25-2011, 07:38 PM
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Before I got my 18G, I declined to make an offer on a pair of 24G's that had been used exclusively for snow removal. One had a blower, the other a fully hydraulic blade. Even if I could've afforded them, when the seller said he wouldn't split them up, I had to tell the guy I barely had room for one, much less two, of those monsters.
Yamato... ever wonder what became of those two monsters?

They took a little trip to western PA. One was good enough to restore, the other is being slowly parted out... to Texas.

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Both very nice tractors you have there, 24 G must be rare love to have one,maybe someday!



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Yamato... ever wonder what became of those two monsters?

They took a little trip to western PA. One was good enough to restore, the other is being slowly parted out... to Texas.

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Haha that is cool! Dunno how I missed this post, those came from a shop in Wisconsin, I take it? They definitely match the description.

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post #20 of 20 Old 11-30-2011, 10:40 PM
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It was some time ago when my boss in the lawn care business showed up with a new 4 wheeler (I think it was a 24G). He used it pretty exclusively for some time before I got to use it much. It had a 60" deck and a Kawasaki powered 40" wing mower on the side. I used to get dropped off at a location with some fuel and a tank of gasoline. I would mow a major chemical companies field and yard all day with it. It was a fabulous machine. Never liked the unbolt to adjust deck though. When you had to adjust that and the wing mower, it was a bit of a chore. Would you believe we used to pull that setup and a walk behind as well + 2 21" Snappers with a 4cyl S10 pickup? What can I say, the boss liked the mileage the small truck got compared to full size trucks. You had to be very careful in the rain or you would blow the stoplights and/or stop signs!
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