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Re: wd 45 vrs d17

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Brian G.

01-16-2000 06:38:03




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The D-17 is definitely worth more than a WD-45 in like condition. If the D-17 is a Series IV, the difference in value is considerable.




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Allis

01-17-2000 09:26:29




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 Re: Re: wd 45 vrs d17 in reply to Brian G., 01-16-2000 06:38:03  
In the words of somebody else, " It takes a sharp D-17 to stay ahead of a WD-45!"



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mark

01-19-2000 04:23:38




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 Re: Re: Re: wd 45 vrs d17 in reply to Allis, 01-17-2000 09:26:29  
OWNED THEM BOTH...LIKE MY PRESENT 45 WITH D-17 POWER UPGRADES....



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pg

01-19-2000 07:24:45




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: wd 45 vrs d17 in reply to mark, 01-19-2000 04:23:38  
your comments are really helpful as I am looking at both of these tractors. please explain more about the motor upgrade and the reason you like the 45 better if you dont mind. your comments are very helpfull.



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mark

01-20-2000 06:29:04




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wd 45 vrs d17 in reply to pg, 01-19-2000 07:24:45  
GETTING EASILY OFF AND ON THE BACK OF WD45...ALSO YOU CAN ENGAGE OR DISENGAGE PTO FROM GROUND.....SOME ALSO LIKE OFFSET SEAT....



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David H

01-18-2000 16:21:16




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 Re: Re: Re: wd 45 vrs d17 in reply to Allis, 01-17-2000 09:26:29  
As long as it's ORANGE I don't thinck it matters. But my 59 D-17 Diesel stock will give any stock 45 a run for it's money.



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