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Ford ST 626 2 stage

I've never seen one before in Canada. Looks like it's built ford tough too.

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It is made by Jacobsen and sold by Ford. I believe Gilson made some of the Fords as well.

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It is made by Jacobsen and sold by Ford. I believe Gilson made some of the Fords as well.
so it's built jake tough

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I see them occasionally on CL but they are usually way more expensive than the Jacobsen or Gilson counterpart.


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Yes, Gilson followed Ford I believe as supplier to Ford. The subject machine is a Jacobsen.
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I have a Ford ST 5/26 and I am almost certain I was built by Gilson.

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I have a Ford ST 5/26 and I am almost certain I was built by Gilson.
And you are correct in being certain.

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