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Smallest D-series with Power Director?

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ShowMEguy

12-22-2011 07:14:11




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I was wondering what is the smalled D series tractor to have a power director or live pto?
I'm pretty sure the only tractor before the D series that had Live PTO was the WD-45. I'm looking for a smaller utility tractor and my friend has a D17 Series III but thats a little bigger than I wanna go for where I'm putting it and what I wanna do.

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ShowMeGuy




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CB Ohio

12-23-2011 07:46:52




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to ShowMEguy, 12-22-2011 07:14:11  
My D12 series II does not have a power director, but does have an independent-like PTO operated by the rear hand clutch. Forward and Reverse uses the foot clutch. Can start the bush hog spinning with the hand clutch no matter where you have the foot clutch and transmission. The biggest weakness on mine is no remote.



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al-roi

12-22-2011 12:57:19




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to ShowMEguy, 12-22-2011 07:14:11  
The d-14 has a power director,is about the same h.p. as a late wd,but is about a third smaller.What a nice capable tractor!!



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Jim Phelps

12-22-2011 08:42:45




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to ShowMEguy, 12-22-2011 07:14:11  
Correct me if I am wrong but I think there are some of the later D-10/D-12's had the Hi/Low hand clutch on them. I know our D-15 series had it, was the best thing ever for baling hay.



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scotc

01-02-2012 01:44:43




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to Jim Phelps, 12-22-2011 08:42:45  
That's why my uncle round baled with the D19 or the 190. They aren't as convenient to run as the red ones, and a lot slower, but when you plugged all you needed was a hill, hold the clutch and let it roll back, feather the hand clutch and usually spun the clog right out.



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Eldon (WA)

12-22-2011 21:51:24




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to Jim Phelps, 12-22-2011 08:42:45  
D10/D12 Series III were available with the "Range" two speed option. It cannot be shifted with the tractor in motion like the power director so it is not nearly as handy as the D14 and up.



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DiyDave

12-23-2011 03:36:23




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to Eldon (WA), 12-22-2011 21:51:24  
Yep, forgot to mention the range transmission. There was also a F/R directional trans, available, for the industrial I-40/400.



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DiyDave

12-22-2011 10:23:06




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to Jim Phelps, 12-22-2011 08:42:45  
D-10,12 series III has live pto, and hydraulics, accomplished from a shaft, from the motor, inside the transmission shaft, to the hydraulic motor, and pto clutch, in the back of the tractor. Someone can correct me, if it came earlier, in the series II. I think the D-10, series III tractor is the most power, in the smallest footprint, of the D series tractors. Too bad it didn't come sooner, Allis might still be making them!

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old

12-22-2011 08:39:42




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 Re: Smallest D-series with Power Director? in reply to ShowMEguy, 12-22-2011 07:14:11  
The WD had the same hand clutch set up as the WD45 had. The CA also had a live PTO set up with an axle type clutch so as to be able to stop but still have the PTO spinning



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