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[FBM Team] Guldner G75A + Baas + Tools v1.0.0.0
3 3 0 2018

[FBM Team] Guldner G75A + Baas + Tools v1.0.0.0

After many nights spent and a lot of madness, we are happy to introduce you today to a real iron pig of the sixties.

The Güldner G75 four-wheel drive

The G75 four-wheel drive was presented in 1965 and is the most powerful tractor that Güldner from Aschaffenburg ever built.
Its air-cooled 6-cylinder 4712 cc diesel engine delivers 65 hp. From 1967 he had 70 hp.
He has a dead weight of 3050 kg. The G75 was built from 1965 to 1969.
A total of 149 copies of the Güldner G75 four-wheel drive were built.
The G75 replaces the G50 in 1965 as the previous top model.
Only two years later, Güldner revised the G75, thereby increasing engine output and installing an improved ZF engine.
Optionally, a Klinkfrontlader the company Baas be purchased.
The G75 remained the flagship until the final cessation of the tractor production.

-LS19 texture system
- Front loader from the company Baas + Attachments
- Second front loader console for Stoll Super 1 ([FBM] Bremi)
- Engine configuration
- Dynamic Hoses
- tire selection
- Hood with control
- Original Güldner sound
- swing axle
-Animated injection pump
- Configurable front weight

Many thanks to Streubeheubar, Kreters Island, deutzfreakwsm, madabub and Puma-FBM for their releases
And now we wish you a lot of fun with the earth!

Giants Software GmbH
Publisher: Forbidden-Mods.de
Modell: Streubeheubar, [FBM] Puma ,[FBM] Oldenfarm, [FBM] PeterAH, [FBM] Dani-86
Idee / Konzept: [FBM] Oldenfarm, [FBM] PeterAH, [FBM] Dani-86
Sonstige: Kreters Island (Rübenkorb, große Gabel), deutzfreakwsm, madabub (Baas Frontlader und Geräte)
Sounds:[FBM] PeterAH , Retro farmer

  • Johnny
    2019-03-02 16:13
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    hey looks great can wai to try them out thanks
  • Gj


    2019-03-02 17:40
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    Great job guys ! They look amazing. Can't wait to try them !
  • Classyboi
    2019-03-08 13:55 Send message
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    It Looks And Sounds Absolutely Amazing! Can't Wait To See More of These Classic Pack Tractors!
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