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D17 Side Mounted Hydraulic Pump (Please Help!)

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Victorian Farms

10-01-2009 15:19:00

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Is it possible to mount a hydraulic pump on the Series 1 D17"s where the pump mounts on the series 4 d17"s? This is the spot where the ispection cover is where the belt pulley would go. I need more hydraulics for a Kelley 600 Loader. Any ideas from anyone?

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10-01-2009 15:23:11

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 Re: D17 Side Mounted Hydraulic Pump (Please Help!) in reply to Victorian Farms, 10-01-2009 15:19:00  
No- internals are different, with a hollow shaft driving it. Just use a front mount pump- look at the front crankshaft pulley, for 4 drilled and tapped holes. Front pump drive mounts there, pump goes on in front of the radiator- should be a couple holes there in the front casting for mounting. Don"t know if Series I or II have that pulley, but Series III does. May interchange with the Series I.

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Victorian Farms

10-01-2009 15:26:59

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 Re: D17 Side Mounted Hydraulic Pump (Please Help!) in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-01-2009 15:23:11  
I did notice two tapped holes in the front casting of the tractor, maybe 3/8's tapped holes. I assume that is for a front mounted pump. It is a 1959 model so I dont know what series that would be. Any ideas on how to add an additional remote in the back? It currently has a single remote.

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10-01-2009 15:45:05

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 Re: D17 Side Mounted Hydraulic Pump (Please Help!) in reply to Victorian Farms, 10-01-2009 15:26:59  
My first D17 was a Series I- had no need for more hyd, and don"t remember about front cast holes. Current one is a III. Series I had two styles, but were SN1001 through 31625. Years 1957-1960. Hard to see the front of the pulley, but I"ll bet it is tapped for the mount. Drive shaft will go through the crank hole. Your rear remote is a single line? You can attach a hose coupler there, running to an extra two-way valve, and then run the return line from that extra valve, back to the hyd reservoir, via left side of the tractor. To operate the extra valve, you would lock up the lever by the steering wheel to pump steady, then operate the extra valve. Get the I&T AC-17 manual for diagrams as well as other hyd options you can add. Selector valve, multiple valves, etc. Running a front pump to feed the extra remote valve(s) would be the ideal setup- most versatile.

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10-01-2009 15:48:58

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 Re: D17 Side Mounted Hydraulic Pump (Please Help!) in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-01-2009 15:45:05  
Also get the D17 operator manual, along with the I&T, gives good info and diagrams on the hyd and transport valve operation. OP manual is imperative anyway for lube, control ID, tractor operation, etc. Op manual is basic for any tractor operator.

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