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1963 D15 series-2

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Jr in nwmo

10-20-2011 22:13:33

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New to allis this is a barn find,just wondering how you adjust the brakes on this rig? have a shop manual on the way next week. This tractor has new tires on the rear, going to put new on the front also,has 3pt,ps,loader,tin work good,power adj wheels rims great, complete overhaul before the barn, compression was 180-185 all cyls runs like new,new points,plugs,wires,everything seems to work does not jump out of any gears,might have a 400 series loader on it dont know for sure,whats it worth? Thanks guys for any comments.Its going to be for sale.

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10-21-2011 10:20:40

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 Re: 1963 D15 series-2 in reply to Jr in nwmo, 10-20-2011 22:13:33  
Jr, was at a auction 2 months ago. 1 like it, bad front, bad rear tires, set in the barn 20+ years, barely ran with loader brought in the 3100.00 range. cant remember exactly.

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David Inman

10-21-2011 09:52:48

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 Re: 1963 D15 series-2 in reply to Jr in nwmo, 10-20-2011 22:13:33  
I know of a series I D15 in az that only differed from yours as fallows, that brought 3250. Slightly used, maybe 80% tread, rears, and good, not new fronts, 3pt kit, non power adjust rear rims, engine of unknown rebuild condition( running, showing good oil pressure, no smoke), seamed good in gears, new paint, and an AC loader. You didn't say if yours has power steering or not, the one I quote was with out.

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10-21-2011 03:43:40

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 Re: 1963 D15 series-2 in reply to Jr in nwmo, 10-20-2011 22:13:33  
If I recall right, brake adjustment is by shortening the actuator rod, from the pedal. As to value, in MD, that tractor should fetch between $2500-3500.

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