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The GII Tractor Stays Out of the Shop and in the Field

Hitches:
Two three-point hitches -- Category "0" -- with individual Hydraulic lifts -- 325 kg lifting capacity.

Transmission:
Variable speed Sundstrand Hydrostatic with built-in cooling system, driving through a 3speed transmission.

Engine:
16 hp Kohler with cast iron block, electrical starter and 15 amp alternator. 14.7 hp and 17 hp Lombardini Diesel with electric start or rope start available on request.

Electrical System:
12 volt battery, electrical starter, 15 amp alternator.

Brakes:
Individual, left and right band.

Tires:
Rear, 8.3-24; front 4.00-12.

Length:
Wheelbase 1.83 m -- Overall -- 2.92 m

Turning Radius: 
2.13m

Height:
1.45 m to top of steering wheel.

Weight:
585 kg

Crop Clearance:
51 cm

Steering:
Ross Gear

Wheel Width Adjustment: 
Front: 96 cm minimum, 1 52 cm maximum. (1 cm increments). Rear: 91 cm minimum, 117 cm maximum (variable increments). With optional kit, 152 cm to 183 cm front. Rear from 122 cm to 1 83 cm.

Gas Tank Capacity: 
11.5 liters.

Frame:
Heavy duty, unitized, tubular steel constructed frame.

Final Drive:
Heavy duty -- all gear.

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[Source:  Simplicity brochure, GII TRACTOR, 820501-02  AD-118, 1982?, courtesy of Earl Yetman]

 

 

 

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