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Re: Allis D15 Series IV general questions

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11-27-2012 05:35:09

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How durable is that set up? It sounds like it should be easy for a young operator. I don't mind putting some money in one if I buy it but I don't need a money pit.

I currently own a Farmall 350 that does everything I need but my wife was hoping we might keep one of her dad's in the family. If it works well enough I might consider getting rid of the 350 but I have several peices of fast hitch equipment for it.

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11-27-2012 07:59:51

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 Re: Allis D15 Series IV general questions in reply to dhermesc, 11-27-2012 05:35:09  
Don't sell anything! The 350 is a good tractor. And there are TWO series IV D17's, and TWO series II D15's ! Also good tractors. Don't sell anything!

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11-27-2012 06:10:05

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 Re: Allis D15 Series IV general questions in reply to dhermesc, 11-27-2012 05:35:09  
Check the operation, of it, as long as it snaps into each position, it is likely serviceable. The way you adjust them is to remove shims from the clutch pack, you do it through the side panel, next to the lever. You might want to open up the panel, and check to see if it still has some shims left. On high hour units, it might have already been done. Everything wears, tick-tock, hours are an indicator.

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