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05-25-2008 07:49:32

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Okay, I am at work and don't have the pictures with me but I will upload them once I get them. Borrowed our neighbours tractor to move some wood as I am still in the process of changine the brakes on my D14. It is a diesel tractor 4 cylinder I believe. It has factory 3 point. The steering arm is the same setup as a D12. It is running 14.9x28 tires. The muffler doesn't go through the hood it comes out the side. There is a handle on the left hand side that is attatched to the axle. Brakes are on the outside not the center. Has live hydraulics. There is a front mounted pump(maybe factory?). Has a power director but the handle is about 4 inches long and a little bit before the shifter PTO engage lever is on the opposite side about the same length but closer to the foot board. Has a piece of metal the swings over to lock both pedals together for the brakes. Has a foot pedal on the left hand side at the back of the foot rest in front of the axle, not sure what it is used for. No side frame rails on the engine. Has the older 1960ish rectangle decals. The lift arms are narrow on the housing and then go straight out the back about 12 inches and then bow out. I checked on the side of the transmission where the PTO handle is and I believe the serial number starts with DA17. Which I believed to be a D17 but I have not seen one like this. Also appears to be a date 12 7 62. Anyone know what this might be? Is it a D17? Thanks

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05-26-2008 09:27:38

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 Re: Tractor ID in reply to Deranged, 05-25-2008 07:49:32  
Here are some images of the tractor.

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05-25-2008 09:02:25

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 Re: Tractor ID in reply to Deranged, 05-25-2008 07:49:32  
Turns out it is an ED40. Not many up here in Canada. Will post pictures of it later.

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