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Re: D15 Series II ..... some questions ???

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Posted by Diydave on September 18, 2013 at 18:01:52 from (

In Reply to: D15 Series II ..... some questions ??? posted by Crazy Horse on September 18, 2013 at 14:51:17:

To answer the questions not answered by others:

1. yes, and no. front pump is a plus

2. Mine has no trouble with 500 lb bales, would say 1000 is prolly the limit I'd go to.

3. if it doesn't have fluid, and/or your foot is on the clutch, no lifty. Check dipstick, RS under gas tank. Takes universal hytran,

4. Several OEM types available, both a true 3-point hitch, and an adapter. I prefer the SC with adapter, as the factory 3 point direct mount is held on by bolts that point upward, and can work loose, check these for loose bolts, welds, over-size replacement bolts, not uncommon problem.

5. Hand clutch, for high, neutral and low, from front to back. PTO, Hyds still run, when the hand clutch is in neutral. It it's series 2 the thumb button will have a guard around the front and right edge.

6. PTO on forward, off back.

7. !49/round muffler, 160 oval muffler.

8. Check out 3rd gear, by cresting a steep hill, and seeing if it pops out of gear, when the backlash starts. See also #4.

9. on left side of tractor, where motor meets torque tube, hand stamped in the flange of the torque tub, at about 45 angle to horizontal. Tractor motor # is about an inch forward of serial#. Not unusual for battery acid to have obliterated the legibility of the hand stamped (lightly) numbers.


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