Re: d-17 horse power rating in reply to brian watson, 03-12-2011 19:51:50
you guys know your Allis Chalmers stuff!!! The only thing I can add is that your 1962 D-17 may be a series II or maybe series III. If the serial number is 42001 or greater it is a series III. The series iv is the best version produced and except for the diesel engine, lived on until 1980 in the skins of the 170 and later the 175. Today I still have my 175 purchased new in 1980. It's my chore/go-to tractor used daily from Sept 1 until roughly June 1, when I switch to my cab tractor. I had a D-17 gas job many years back... but I still remember the low end torque it had ..very surprising for a 226 cubic inch gas motor, but it used the fuel....
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