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maxwell99

10-08-2012 17:32:04
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kevin,
this film is on a wd-45, as i could not find a good film on the wd.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYH3q9nJ-fc

but well worth the watch, they were great old tractors,

i had a D-14 that was Suppose to replace the wd-45, but it would not do it.

just understand the old AC tractors did not have a (live clutch) they had a hand clutch to run the roto baler and combine,

but, for a bush hog the pto must be stopped for you to change gears forward to reverse and back.

with a bush hog, it take the hog a while to stop turning the pto shaft, and the tractor can be hard or not be able to shift until the pto shaft stops turning.

this is the only problem i ever had with the old D-14, otherwise i liked it.

however it worked better with snap couple equip.

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BushogPapa

10-09-2012 19:57:33
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 Re: ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR in reply to maxwell99, 10-08-2012 17:32:04  
Well, once you know the operation of a WD or WD-45, you know NOT to take it out of gear until you have the PTO Stopped... All you need to do is push in on the Foot clutch and ride both Brakes, to force the PTO to Stop.. You also NEVER engage the PTO without the transmission in Gear first (and standing still)..to keep from clashing the PTO Gears..

Ron..



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BushogPapa

10-09-2012 19:56:13
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 Re: ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR in reply to maxwell99, 10-08-2012 17:32:04  
Well, once you know the operation of a WD or WD-45, you know NOT to take it out of gear until you have the PTO Stopped... All you need to do is push in on the Foot clutch and ride both Brakes, to force the PTO to Stop.. You also NEVER engage the PTO without the transmission in Gear first..to keep from clashing the PTO Gears..

Ron..



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David R Inman

10-08-2012 22:08:08
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 Re: ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR in reply to maxwell99, 10-08-2012 17:32:04  
AC/ some may have calmed the D14 was to replace the WD45, but considering it was the D17 that used essentially the same block as the WD45, I'd say it's the 45's replacement. Even our D15 seams to be out pulled by our 45's, which makes sense, given Nebraska data.



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