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David R Inman

11-23-2012 14:12:27




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Hi. I'd like to id the model of our AC disc. Its about 12 foot wide.

Also, is it the one/ type of AC Ive seen reffeence to here on the form that Agco wants an arm and a leg for the bearings? And that one guy posted his own rebuild parts list?

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Allis Dave

11-26-2012 05:21:19




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to David R Inman, 11-23-2012 14:12:27  
Those are the expensive bearings that I posted a rebuild option for. That disk doesn't have the chain and other parts still on it to use the traction boost. It'd be hard to get enough traction on a 45 without traction boost and/or weights and fluid.



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Diydave

11-24-2012 05:52:24




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to David R Inman, 11-23-2012 14:12:27  
Model 213, for the WD45, w/ bal-pak bearing.



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David R Inman

11-24-2012 11:27:24




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to Diydave, 11-24-2012 05:52:24  
Thanks. Didn't relize it was for the 45, assumed it was D17 vintage/ ideal tracor.

We'll ither modify a JD bearing, or get a machinest fried to help him.



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Diydave

11-24-2012 15:59:03




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to David R Inman, 11-24-2012 11:27:24  
You can use it on any tractor in the D-series, big enough to pull it, with one caveat: There are 2 different tongue lengths, the wd45 is (I think) 6" shorter than a D-17. If I am wrong, someone will correct me. The good thing about the disc, is it is a weight transfer design, made for the TB system, on AC Tractors. (if it still has the original cyl)



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David R Inman

11-24-2012 17:08:53




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to Diydave, 11-24-2012 15:59:03  
Dont know what cylnder it has on it, too dark out to take a better picture and ask. Do know it is too much for our WD45 on the second or third pass, in arizona soil, and dad siad he had to lift up slightly with the wheels. But our WD45 doent have the rear weights on, may not have water in the tires, and one rear is poor tread, so it may be the combo of soil and the tractor.



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Diydave

11-25-2012 05:46:25




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to David R Inman, 11-24-2012 17:08:53  
I just took a look at the cylinder, looks like a low pressure unit, that farm stores sell. You need a 3500# cyl. Then you can use the traction booster, to regulate the depth, by putting some of the weight on the wheels of the disc. Surpluscenter.com may have a high pressure cylinder, that fits.



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Diydave

11-25-2012 05:47:58




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 Re: AC disc id? photos in reply to Diydave, 11-25-2012 05:46:25  
Also looks like the blades are worn out, that makes a big difference, too.



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