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Re: D17 Series IV

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jcmorgan31

06-21-2013 18:55:09
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Had a chance to look at the D17. Serial # makes it a 1959.

Uncle said he was driving it in March when the wiring caught fire. He pulled it off the drive and it has sat since then. Grabbed the fan belt and the crank turned easily. All the sheet metal is there and straight, although faded and rusty.

Uncle offered it to me for $1800. What are your opinions?

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Longmeadow farm

06-23-2013 13:40:03
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 Re: D17 Series IV in reply to jcmorgan31, 06-21-2013 18:55:09  
The tractor in the pictures is not a series IV D-17. Series IV were built from 1964 to 1967, with serial numbers 75001 - 89213. The three point is not factory, the hydraulic system of the series IV is a high volume low pressure type with the hydraulic pump at the belt pulley location. The series IV had two or four remote hydraulic couplers, not one. Someone put series IV decals on what looks to be a series 1 tractor. The tractor also has FEL mounting hardware under the rear axles. I would check the front end out before buying as you might have considerable rebuilding to do. Personally, I would stay away from this machine as it looks to be somewhat of a basket case.

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