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Re: D4 7U winch models?

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07-25-2013 11:52:00

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Thanks old magnet! This just made my life easier in trying to source a winch for my machine. So does that make the D4F more desirable then? Also do the E & F models run a PTO throughout their production, or is there a cut off?

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07-25-2013 18:24:02

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 Re: D4 7U winch models? in reply to Wes(MI), 07-25-2013 11:52:00  
Do they run off the PTO shaft..yes. The d4F is either direct drive (pto) or Power shift version.

Yes, the steel fab is probably more desirable but they are all pretty stout.

Might want to snoop around
Free manuals for Hyster, some but not all models.

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07-25-2013 18:31:23

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 Re: D4 7U winch models? in reply to Old Magnet, 07-25-2013 18:24:02  
Let me correct that a little, the D4F is designed for direct drive and torque converter tractors equipped with interruptable power take offs.

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07-25-2013 20:21:30

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 Re: D4 7U winch models? in reply to Old Magnet, 07-25-2013 18:31:23  
I have been cruising around allied winches' website & have downloaded several manuals. They just didn't go into detail as to wether or not they would fit the older machines. What was common knowledge, has now been forgotten on 40+ year old equipment. One last question: if a dozer has a hand clutch, with power shift the winch will be compatible with the older models correct? Please forgive me, my D4 7U is the first sizeable dozer I've owned, and am not familiar with all the newer models. Thanks again old magnet.

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07-25-2013 20:26:43

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 Re: D4 7U winch models? in reply to Wes(MI), 07-25-2013 20:21:30  
Correction, the ad I'm looking at for one says hand clutch with reverser, not power shift.

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