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Where to get front mounted hyd pump D17

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Chris in MO

03-12-2008 21:51:23

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I have been toying with the idea of adding a front mounted hydraulic pump on one of my D17s. My reason is mainly the hi press/low vol of the D17. I've got a Ford 5000 which I can use for various hydraulic items, it also has a loader.

The D17s are a series I and a series III. The series I has an open knockout through to the engine for the pump. The series III has a knockout, but it has not been knocked out, but I am assuming that all D17s were built with the possibility of a front mounted pump.

I would use this pump for log splitter, pull behind brush hog, moco, and other types of work like that if it comes up. I have given some thought to also putting a loader on as a backup to the 5000.

The series I is my most reliable tractor, period. However, compared to the series III, the front end is a little loose and I would not want to stick the loader on there.

Long winded question, I know. Where could I look for a pump like this? Are there any websites with good pics of the installation so I could get an idea of what the finished product would look like? I appreciate your help.


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Don, BC

03-14-2008 09:16:48

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 Re: Where to get front mounted hyd pump D17 in reply to Chris in MO, 03-12-2008 21:51:23  
I am just in the process of adapting the hydraulic pump on my Model D grader (same engine as D17) to drive off the crankshaft pulley. It was belt driven and due to wear on the sheave grooves it was hard to keep the belts from slipping. The pulley actually has three threaded holes who's primary purpose is for attaching a puller. I had a flanged stub shaft made up to bolt onto these holes and I will drive the pump through a flex coupling. You will have to make sure that you buy a pump with the correct rotation. Fortunately the pump on the grader was non directional. You will have to determine the GPM that you want for your intended uses and hydraulic reservoir size.

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03-13-2008 07:55:40

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 Re: Where to get front mounted hyd pump D17 in reply to Chris in MO, 03-12-2008 21:51:23  
Your crankshaft pulley should have four drilled and tapped holes in the face of it. The flange on the end of the pump coupling shaft will bolt on there.

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