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HP on 66 D15

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rdobbs

01-05-2018 10:35:01




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I have a D15 series 2 Allis. Assuming it is stock, how
much HP does it have. I was told 4O hp. Its a 66 or
67 model wide front.




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DrAllis

01-10-2018 05:25:29




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to rdobbs, 01-05-2018 10:35:01  
[quote="CVPost-FastFarmall"](quoted from post at 20:19:38 01/09/18) The D-15 series 11 is a complete differant block than a B or C, the series 11 has a 5 main brg block ! ATTENTION !! THE D-15 SERIES 2 GAS BLOCK IS NOT 5 MAIN BEARINGS. IT HAS 3 MAIN BEARINGS JUST LIKE B-C-CA-D10-12-14-15. IT ALSO LOOKS JUST LIKE D-14 AND EARLY D-15 BLOCKS BUT IT IS BORED A LARGER DIAMETER FOR THE LARGER SLEEVES.

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DrAllis

01-05-2018 17:18:37




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to rdobbs, 01-05-2018 10:35:01  
The early D-15's were only 40 HP and could not come close to replacing a good WD45 on a plow. The series 2 D-15's were 46 HP and came closer to the WD45, but still would never out work one on a 3-16's plow. Much nicer to operate, but you needed a D-17 to replace a WD45.



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Bob Bancroft

01-05-2018 12:08:52




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to rdobbs, 01-05-2018 10:35:01  
Tested - PTO @ rated engine speed 46 PTO @ rated PTO speed 42 Drawbar, maximum 38

With the D15II AC pushed the little engine which started out in the AC B about as far as they could.



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FastFarmall

01-09-2018 19:19:38




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-05-2018 12:08:52  
The D-15 series 11 is a complete differant block than a B or C, the series 11 has a 5 main brg block !



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Bob Bancroft

01-05-2018 12:13:28




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-05-2018 12:08:52  
I hope you can make sense of my listing. No matter how I try to do it, even after viewing my preview, this site jams everything together. I'll try it again.

PTO HP @ rated engine speed 46.

PTO HP @ PTO speed 42.

Maximum drawbar HP 38.



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Bob Bancroft

01-05-2018 12:17:08




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-05-2018 12:13:28  
Also, I'm assuming gas, as this was by far, the most popular version.



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old

01-05-2018 10:57:00




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to rdobbs, 01-05-2018 10:35:01  
As per my Neb. test list gas is 40HP diesel is 36.5 and LP is 37.40HP



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rdobbs

01-05-2018 15:11:01




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 Re: HP on 66 D15 in reply to old, 01-05-2018 10:57:00  
Thanks guys for all the info. It is gas.



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