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ed in cny

07-05-2012 06:08:48




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What should I look for in a D 14? Are there any tips in what to look for when buying one? I"ve been looking for one but don"t want a basket case. Any ideas?

Also where would the serial number be?




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maxwell99

07-06-2012 16:33:07




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to ed in cny, 07-05-2012 06:08:48  
I had a d14 for years.
If you are not an ac man: you need to understand the d14 does not have normal live power transmission.

With Bush hog running you cannot shift from forward gear to reverse gear until the Pto almost stops. This can be a problem.

But otherwise I enjoyed the tractor
Mine would jump out of third going down hill but I lived in the flat lands and that was not a problem it would not jump out pulling. Weak part of trans
d17 did not have the problem.

Good luck

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Diydave

07-08-2012 03:42:51




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to maxwell99, 07-06-2012 16:33:07  
Or, you just pop the hand clutch into neutral, then shift to reverse, then back to the hand clutch, IIRR.



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Diydave

07-05-2012 16:45:32




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to ed in cny, 07-05-2012 06:08:48  
Serial # is left side of torque tube, behind carb air cleaner hose, sorta. Look to see if it shifts itself outta 3rd gear high, when making it over the top of a hill, heading down the hill. also check the HiLo lever, to be sure it shifts right. there are other things that can go wrong, but generally they were dependable tractors.



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ed in cny

07-06-2012 05:14:54




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to Diydave, 07-05-2012 16:45:32  
What is one in running condition with add on three point worth off hand?



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Diydave

07-06-2012 15:29:09




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to ed in cny, 07-06-2012 05:14:54  
Around here $2K-2500 would be top of the market here. Things don't bring as much as they usedta, since the dark cloud moved into washington. Might be different, elsewhere. WE's and single front wheel configuration bring more, PS is a big Plus!



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Bevan

07-06-2012 14:27:23




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 Re: D 14 question in reply to ed in cny, 07-06-2012 05:14:54  
between 2000 and 3000 depending on condition, front wheel config, etc. A 3 pt conversion will bump you up a 200 or more dollars because to get one yourself will cost much more. Wide front steering will bump it up more.



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