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Advice needed on buying D17

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Marc

04-16-2000 08:31:06




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Have seen two D17s-one is series 3, needs back tires for $2700. Second is series 4 with factory 3 pt. for $5900. I'd like to get the best deal and both run good. This will be a working tractor. How much of a difference is there between 3 and 4 and how much can I compensate for with adding a 3 pt. and beefing up the hydraluics on the 3. thanks.




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glenn statler

04-17-2000 20:14:31




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 Re: Advice needed on buying D17 in reply to Marc, 04-16-2000 08:31:06  
i bought a 63'for $2000,it starts & runs great. rubber is fair & metal is good. needs paint, but good tractor.



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Brian

04-16-2000 10:30:57




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 Re: Advice needed on buying D17 in reply to Marc, 04-16-2000 08:31:06  
There is little comparison from series 3 to series 4 hydraulics. Untill series 4, all A-C tractors with the traction booster system had a low volume high pressure system with a max pressure of 3500 psi. If you wanted to use other hydraulic equipment, care had to be taken that you didn't over pressure the system, blow seals and such. A-C fixed all this when they put a system in the 4 that ran at the same pressures as most other brands were using. Now they had a tractor that had a system that would run a loader fast. For a working machine, the series 4 is the best. Otherwise, they are the same basic tractor. Hope this helps, Brian.

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