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Old 09-04-17, 08:23 PM   #1
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General Electric E15 and Avco New Idea EGT200
Battery powered garden tractors plowing the field.
For those who might be interested.

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its very interesting and helpful for quick work in short time i think its efficiency is also great.
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How old are these tractors? And who made it?
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How old are these tractors? And who made it?
They are both made by General Electric, yellow one in 1970
The other one was re branded for New Idea, made in 1974
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Good video. By the way, how to maintain these tractors?
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Good video. By the way, how to maintain these tractors?
Thanks aside from transaxle oil, grease fittings and tire pressure, the most important thing is to ALWAYS keep the batteries charged up, if not using the tractor for a month plug in the charger and top them up.
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If the battery is not removed, will the charge drain?
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If the battery is not removed, will the charge drain?
They will slowly, very slowly self drain.
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Ok!
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