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Neil Forler

02-15-2013 13:57:48
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the only thing I can say is if you find one, and want to put a front loader (bucket style) on it, get one with the wide front! Do not get a tricycle type. The D17 that my dad was killed on had a Bush Hog 2632 (number correct?) QT on it, and although not 100% positive, I am sure this bucket made the tractor unstable even on level ground for rollover, which is what happened to him. I am in the process of tearing down the tractor,and parting it out with exception for the engine. Am also selling the Bush Hog front loader separately. Good luck in your search, and stay away from tricycle-style D-17s!

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acwd45man

02-15-2013 19:47:53
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 Re: D 17 in reply to Neil Forler, 02-15-2013 13:57:48  
Most tractor rollovers with loader on them is the resulate of operator error, turning to fast on corners, having the bucket up in the air too high, either loaded or empty. a wide front end tractor will roll over the same as a narrow front.



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02-15-2013 21:10:04
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 Re: D 17 in reply to acwd45man, 02-15-2013 19:47:53  
I agree and have found most tractor with loaders on end up laying over on there sides if the person is a wannabe farmer type. Have a friend who got a loader tractor and he had it less then a week and had it layed over on its side due to running it with the loader up in the air wit ha load in the bucket on a small hill side. He told me about it and I said YOU never run a loader any higher then needed to get from point A to point B and then you lift it up only as high as needed to dump the bucket load

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