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    For those who like riding more than raking, this rear-mounted grass catcher available for use with the 36" mower is the answer.  Bag fills from the far side, holds a big five bushels, is easy to put on, easy to take off for dumping. Snap-off cover with lift-off type bag frame.  Click each picture for a closer view.
    This 4 hp vacuum collector is a pick-up expert that cuts and sweeps a full mower width of grass and anything lying on it.  Air lift action of blades and 4 hp auxiliary engine picks up and chops leaves, twigs and clippings -- delivers them right into a covered cart. Optional roving nozzle cleans out window wells, under shrubs, and along hedgerows.  atch2_sm.jpg
    The PTO-driven 30" rotary tiller attachment has tough forged steel tines that cut through soil, sod and garden trash to work up uniformly mixed seedbeds, or cultivate soil between crop rows.  Deep tailgate and enclosed ends keep all the action under cover -- no flying clods or stones.  atch3_sm.jpg
    You can push a lot of winter around with this 42" snow plow and dozer blade, or handle light dozer work in loose gravel or do shallow  backfilling. Blade angles right or left. Complete with adjustable skid shoes and reversible scraper bar. atch4_sm.jpg
    Power away big drifts . . . toss off even wet snow!  The 36" snow blower has a tough, belt-driven auger (no troublesome shear pins), adjustable spout to throw snow well over banks and build-ups. With adjustable skid shoes you can even clear graveled or uneven surfaces quickly, cleanly. atch5_sm.jpg
    Click each picture for a closer view.

    Attachments also available:
    ¤  31" and 38" Trailer Sweepers 
    ¤  Hourmeter
    ¤  Rear Wheel Weights
    ¤  Counterweight
    ¤  Rear Wheel Tire Chains
    ¤  Hub Caps
    ¤  40" Center Mounted Blade

    [Source:  1977 AC Brochure:  Allis-Chalmers the Beautiful Difference In Lawn and Garden Tractors, Form No. 1222-OP-76, courtesy of John Boesch]

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