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Re: Help - D Grader Shift Pattern

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07-03-2013 10:41:36

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Right hand side: forward slot is 1st, back slot is reverse. Left side: forward slot is 2nd, back slot is 3rd or it may be the opposite as my manuals don't show the shift pattern and I haven't driven mine for a couple of months. The centre slot is 4th. What is stuck, engine, transmission? The engine is a common Allis farm tractor engine.

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07-03-2013 18:12:57

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 Re: Help - D Grader Shift Pattern in reply to DonBC, 07-03-2013 10:41:36  
Originally everything was stuck - but managed to free clutch so now it rolls. Original 1951 engine has been replaced with a fairly late D17 engine with Z suffix - anyone know D17 suffixes? Engine is frozen - rust and water in #3 cyl. Trans seems to shift but with no engine, don"t know what else is wrong. Has Power Steering (added?) but no tilt on front wheels. Tie Rod and Left Axle Pin have issues. Otherwise seems to be a pretty good old machine - no cracks in the tube.

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09-09-2013 13:43:59

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 Re: Help - D Grader Shift Pattern in reply to ACEd, 07-03-2013 18:12:57  

Don from BC is correct on the shift pattern. Z is an old gleaner E engine and it has about 65 HP. my name is Santiago Martinez and you can call me I will try to answer questions for you. # is 505-470-4638. Have the books for it

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