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is it a D17 or an I600

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KevinS

03-15-2008 21:30:12




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I bought a tractor and im a bit confused, The guy i bought it from gave me a service manual for an i60-i600. As i was reading through the manual much of what i see is not on my tractor. I found the serial number and it starts with D17 and the rest of the serial would make it a Series III. It has a loader with a serial plate listing TS-1000. I wanted to buy an operators manual but im not sure which one i should order the D17 or the I600-I60

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DiyDave

03-17-2008 17:50:34




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 Re: is it a D17 or an I600 in reply to KevinS, 03-15-2008 21:30:12  
Serial # should tell you, if its a 17, the number will start with D-17. If its a I-60, it will start out with I60. Also, the 17 should have 28" rear wheels, the I60 will have 26, or possibly 24" rear wheels.



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KevinS

03-17-2008 15:30:16




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 Re: is it a D17 or an I600 in reply to KevinS, 03-15-2008 21:30:12  
Went to pressure wash the tractor and some of the yellow paint came off and its orange under the yellow. Should i assume thats its a D17 with a ts-1000 on it? instead of the i600



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Eldon (WA)

03-16-2008 10:15:50




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 Re: is it a D17 or an I600 in reply to KevinS, 03-15-2008 21:30:12  
Both the I-60 and I-600 is based on the D15 farm tractor which is totally different than the D17. The D17 used the bigger block engine and the transmission has a straight gear shift and different gear shift pattern. It looks like you have the industrial version of the D17, so you will need a manual for a D17.



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Jeff Z.

03-16-2008 01:34:53




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 Re: is it a D17 or an I600 in reply to KevinS, 03-15-2008 21:30:12  
I think they used alot of the same parts on the I series.
The I60 would be like a D15 and I think the I600 would be like a d17.
I would go with the I manual you got from the seller.



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DiyDave

03-17-2008 17:53:59




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 Re: is it a D17 or an I600 in reply to Jeff Z., 03-16-2008 01:34:53  
I60 is series I version, I600 is series II, of the D-15 tractor.



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