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D - 17 tractor laying down on the job

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j gottlied

09-06-2016 05:43:54




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need information--- I have a 1964 D 17 series 3 it is a narrow front with a loader bucket w/ front pump.

question is when moving dirt , after 10 or15 minuets it start slowing down and will get to a point it won't move-- motor runs fine all fluids are at proper level. what is wrong?[




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ss55

09-07-2016 10:00:27




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
Is the engine bogging down and loosing RPM's? If the engine maintains speed but your ground speed slows then something is slipping, probably a clutch.



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j gottlied

09-06-2016 20:40:59




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
OLD-- thank you very much, I have been reading your posts for many years. I grew up with a WD and a G both were wonderful pieces of farm equipment.

this D 17 series 3 is all new to meI have had it about 10 years, never really worked it till my son decided to change the lay of the gardens.



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old

09-06-2016 20:50:45




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 20:40:59  
The A/C G is one I have always wanted due to the fact it was made in the same town I was born in. I have a D-17 series 1 that came out of a fence row and was in bad shape when I got it. But it now run and drives real good.



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j gottlied

09-06-2016 14:34:19




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
i hav about a 1/2 inch free travel on clutch pedal. are the clutth packs for low and high useing any type of hydrilics or they like the one in a 45



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j gottlied

09-06-2016 14:30:33




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
[quote="CVPost-old"](quoted from post at 12:51:11 09/06/16) You did not answer the question is the high/low lever in high or low or neutral?? If in neutral the center position it will do just as your saying it is[/quote
it is in low. we are digging in red clay and ir is hard

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old

09-06-2016 14:46:17




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 14:30:33  
The high/low is a in oil and if low on oil that can cause some odd problems. Or it could be out of adjustment also. Or the engine clutch maybe going bad



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j gottlied

09-06-2016 09:37:20




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
no problem with motor when it slowes I can sut it of for a couple of hours and is good to go for about 15 minets, The only hydrilics I am useing is the front pump for the loader.



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old

09-06-2016 12:51:11




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 09:37:20  
You did not answer the question is the high/low lever in high or low or neutral?? If in neutral the center position it will do just as your saying it is



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old

09-06-2016 09:18:30




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
Where do you have the high/low lever??? If it in in the middle yep as it warms up you will sooner or later stop moving if doing any real work. Now if you have it locked in low of high then good chance you main clutch is going bad or way out of adjustment



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Ted in NE-OH

09-06-2016 09:17:00




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
restriction in fuel tank or systen. Vent in cas cap plugged or nonexisting.



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DrAllis

09-06-2016 08:16:06




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 Re: D - 17 tractor laying down on the job in reply to j gottlied, 09-06-2016 05:43:54  
Sounds to me like the foot clutch has zero freeplay and the clutch is slipping. Adjust clutch fingers from underneath the bell housing to create 1/4" distance between finger tips and throw out bearing. Might be too far gone and need a clutch anyway.



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