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d-17 1963 serie 3

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JAL1012

01-01-2014 21:05:00




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i have a 3pt on it i put a bushhog on won't lift just bought it don't know much about it is the dip stick on the left side of shifter thats what i pulled out checked it their was two full marks after running and standing witch one should one go buy it only was halfway up stick onfull mark on after running and does the power booster have anything to doe with lifting




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Brian Numerick

01-05-2014 16:19:41




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 Re: d-17 1963 serie 3 in reply to JAL1012, 01-01-2014 21:05:00  
Yes, the dipstick to the left of the shifter is for checking hydraulic oil. If the tractor is cold, go by the mark nearest the bottom of the dipstick; if the tractor has been running and is still warm, go by the upper mark on the dipstick. I just had to add some hydraulic oil to my D-17 Series III today. Total capacity is just under 10 gallons; mine was about 2.5 gallons low. It wouldn"t lift the front loader more than 6-8 feet. Works fine now.

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Diydave

01-02-2014 04:33:49




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 Re: d-17 1963 serie 3 in reply to JAL1012, 01-01-2014 21:05:00  
I second the manual purchase. Also, google rules of punctuation, makes things ever so clear, and less confusing.



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acpete

01-02-2014 03:55:07




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 Re: d-17 1963 serie 3 in reply to JAL1012, 01-01-2014 21:05:00  
The hydraulic dip stick is on the right side of tractor between engine and transmission under fuel tank. I think you check with lift rams collapsed.



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JMS/.MN

01-01-2014 22:42:21




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 Re: d-17 1963 serie 3 in reply to JAL1012, 01-01-2014 21:05:00  
You need to buy the operator manual for your tractor. It is the basic manual for any tractor owner. It details all of the features, and how they work. It details all of the fluid requirements, places to check, capacities, etc. You mention power booster....I think you are referring to "Traction Booster". No, that has nothing to do with your issue, but the op manual will explain what TB is for and how to use it.

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