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old

01-01-2013 08:47:48
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Very common for them to pull some in neutral at least in the lower gears like 1 and 2nd and reverse. You need the I-T manual AC-201 to explain the adjustments on that power director as A/C calls it. That is one manual I should get for my self since I have a D-17 but one of them round to it things




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Too Far Gone

01-01-2013 13:26:37
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-01-2013 08:47:48  
I know what you mean.I use it regularly and with 4 kids,a wife who works nights,cows and having other tractors to keep going and 2 trucks and a car,and looking after my Mom.The manual,or absence of it at this time makes friends on here even more necessary.Ive given my knowledge and experiences more than once on forums here for more than 10 years without angry remarks,and I dont know why some folks find it necessary to try belittling somebody.I know its called a power director,but many also call it a hand clutch.See how far you travel with it in neutral!Thanks for all the HELP Fellas!

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Diydave

01-01-2013 16:30:55
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-01-2013 13:26:37  
Or get your shop manual, from Agco, direct, from your dealer, or Sandy Lake Equipment. Agco original manual costs less, and has no paragraphs starting with But first, if you know what I mean!



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01-01-2013 14:46:55
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-01-2013 13:26:37  
Yep know where your coming form on help and being helps and it is sad that some have to be butts and answer you or others in ways that help no one but in stead hurts. Shoot if I remember you may have been one of the many that has stopped in to my place before



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Too Far Gone

01-01-2013 18:28:01
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-01-2013 14:46:55  
I think your in Southern Mo,Arent You? I havent been to your place,but I get down there once or twice a year.Thanks for helpin me.I depend on my neighbors and they on me at times,and it had ought to be the same everywhere and we would all be much better off...



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old

01-01-2013 19:28:39
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-01-2013 18:28:01  
I am at the Lake of the Ozarks area. Maybe it was IN TO DEEP that I am think of and one of his friend who stopped by. As for help I try to help if and when I can



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Too Far Gone

01-02-2013 07:52:10
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-01-2013 19:28:39  
Its a great hobby to some folks,and to a whole lot of us great satisfaction still farming with older machines and getting by without payments on a giant new pile of plastic,and some of the friends Ya make are great too.



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old

01-02-2013 09:03:31
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-02-2013 07:52:10  
Ya the newest tractor I have on the place is about the same age as that D-14 you have and is a D-17. The oldest is a 1935 JD-B on steel



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Too Far Gone

01-02-2013 18:54:16
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-02-2013 09:03:31  
Ive got a 1086 which is a 1978,and oldest right now is a 1949 VAC Case,but I also have a 1953 Super C,and 54 Super Mta(trying to put together from lost parts),1956 400 farmall,and 1973 wheel horse pulling tractor.I have owned as old as 1939 before.I like red and green mainly,but you know that little d14 starts parked in an iceberg.



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01-02-2013 19:14:17
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-02-2013 18:54:16  
I have 2 VAC parts tractors here both 1946. I also have a VAI that has a loader on it. Plus many many other tractors. Have 1 of most of the common brands and some I have 3 or 4 of that brand. As for AC I have that D-17 a WD45, A 1946 C with 2 parts Cs the same year. A parts WD and my W Speed Patrol and those are just the orange ones



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Too Far Gone

01-03-2013 06:56:56
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-02-2013 19:14:17  
Ive had more in the past,but I decided a few years ago to only keep the ones I really desired,(cheaper on batteries)My 1st tractor ride was a VAC.Ist I plowed with was an 1800 Ollie Gasser,but my favorite open station was my Dads 4010 Diesel,and that tractor is next on my goals list of "keepin tractors"after I get the MTA DONE, and a the 400 gets its alternator conversion,AND BRAKES,The Super C gets its new starter bendix,and axle seals,and a new battery for the VAC.

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01-03-2013 15:40:00
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-03-2013 06:56:56  
Shoot around here I play musical batteries. I have more tractors than batteries so I move them around as needed



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Too Far Gone

01-03-2013 15:50:28
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-03-2013 15:40:00  
Me Too,but its about gotten to the point to buy another one.



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01-03-2013 16:20:52
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-03-2013 15:50:28  
What another tractor or 5 more batteries?? I need probably 3 0r 4 batteries and that is if I am lucky



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Too Far Gone

01-03-2013 18:01:25
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-03-2013 16:20:52  
Well both of course!LOL!



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01-03-2013 18:23:31
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to Too Far Gone, 01-03-2013 18:01:25  
Well I have 4 or 5 tractor I would be happy to let go of. Seems I have to many on the place so a number of them just seem to sit and do nothing most of the time



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Too Far Gone

01-03-2013 20:28:04
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 Re: D14 HAND CLUTCH? in reply to old, 01-03-2013 18:23:31  

Our VAC sets the most,but I cultivated 6 acres of corn this Summer with it to seal over the cracks,never saw rain and had to chop it anyway.The Super C drilled all my wheat this Fall with a Deere FB Drill and digs post holes too.My 400 usually sees cyclo air planter,raking,square baling,used to have a loader on it.The 1086 now is my loader tractor,disc,field cultivator,Round Baler.I bought the d14,it wouldnt start.We got it woke up,and Ive enjoyed it so far,but we may let it go to an AC loving home to complete the M-ta in time for hay season.To tell the truth though,the 14 is my personal pick of all the AC TRACTORS I have had thus far.I have a friend aching to trade me an A Farmall for something cattle related.That'd give a nice lil IH line-up I think.The A,Super C,Super Mta,400,and 1086.Seems there should be a 560 or 706 in there too? My future 4010 diesel is gonna look awful weird in there,aint it?Makes me smile inside just thinkin bout it.LOL!

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