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D15 - Front End Swap

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MapleStone

04-10-2008 04:43:49




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My father has a D15 that needs a new wide front end. What we were wondering, is the D15 front end the same as the D17. It would help in finding a good used one.




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MapleStone

04-11-2008 06:20:21




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to MapleStone, 04-10-2008 04:43:49  
Thanks Guys

So much for that crazy idea. Guess we'll have to get it taken off and see if we can have it rebuilt.

I may post some picture and need help when we get that far.

Thanks again



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JMS/.MN

04-11-2008 13:09:52




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to MapleStone, 04-11-2008 06:20:21  
Rear end is simple because you are dealing with steel on steel. Rebuild the pivot pin or machine it out and install a replacement. Flat plate it goes into is easy to make, or rebuild with a brass bushing. Add a grease zerk. Front one is a bit tougher, because the steering box is cast, but doable. Also add a grease zerk there.



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TexasAllis

04-11-2008 04:51:58




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to MapleStone, 04-10-2008 04:43:49  
I would try to have it fixed if possible. D-17 front will not work.



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PHILL SNARTLAND

04-10-2008 10:21:27




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to MapleStone, 04-10-2008 04:43:49  
Maybe a local fab or welding shop could make or repair the parts you need? Just a thought...



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docketfish

04-10-2008 05:41:49




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to MapleStone, 04-10-2008 04:43:49  
I think that only d14"s will fit - and they have to be same as far as being power steering vs. not. I.E. You have to put a power steering front end if you have a power steering tractor.



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MapleStone

04-10-2008 09:51:29




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 Re: D15 - Front End Swap in reply to docketfish, 04-10-2008 05:41:49  
Darned!

Good tip on the power steering thing. OUr D15 has power steering.

All we really need is the frame on the tractor. Our spindles and things are ok, just the square tube at the front and pivot pin are damaged.

Thanks for the info!



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