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d-17 rims

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08-11-2019 19:58:33

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I have a spin out rim that apparently had calcium in it and it has some rust through holes that could be welded easy enough by a good welder. just wonderd if it would be better just find a rim. I cant weld myself. thanks

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08-12-2019 12:55:57

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to pinball, 08-11-2019 19:58:33  
LOL..The correct police will get you big time for calling the POWER DIRECTOR -- a "ta". They are not the same. The Power Director is basically a two speed wet clutch you can slip into the center area (not a true neutral so don't true to use it as such) to start or keep the PTO running, while stopping travel without using the foot clutch or taking it out of gear. If you don't have manuals for your tractor get the AC Service Manual and Operator's Manuals for it. There are some linkage adjustments as well as an internal shim adjustment procedure for the Power Directors. You should be checking it out before you have bigger problems with it. The external adjustment might cure it.

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08-12-2019 07:28:01

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to pinball, 08-11-2019 19:58:33  
To bad your not down here at the Lake of the Ozarks I fix rims like that all the time

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08-12-2019 05:15:32

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to pinball, 08-11-2019 19:58:33  
New rim is going to be $400-500 as Jim said. Used will be 1/2-3/4 of that. If it's just a few pinholes, an hour or so and $100 should fix the rim. You'll have another hundred or so in a tire guy doing the mount/dismount, but you'd have that any way you go.


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08-12-2019 05:07:52

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to pinball, 08-11-2019 19:58:33  
I'd bet they are too thin to weld up. Probably need to cut out the thin area and weld back in a patch of new steel.

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08-12-2019 03:37:50

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to pinball, 08-11-2019 19:58:33  
Depends if you have connections with a "good" welder that would consider doing the job at a reasonable price. The rim needs to be well cleaned or blasted for proper evaluation and a price estimate. I expect a new rim will be in the 4 to 5 hundred dollar range. You can likely find a good used one for less, someone may post they have a rim to sell. Costs vary from area to area so check out the options in your area, then decide what is best for you.

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08-12-2019 12:25:43

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 Re: d-17 rims in reply to Jim.ME, 08-12-2019 03:37:50  
problem for me is to get the tire off. never have tried. don't have a lot of tools. I have a cousin I think would weld it for me. took the tractor out to mow the pastures with my brush hog today. that power steering is spoiling me big time. cant believe how much easier it is with this tractor than the 960 ford without it. forgot how good the governor system works on these old allis tractors. fuel gage doesn't work but I have took it out yet, cant think theres to much wrong with it. the ta works but on the low side you have to hold the lever and it works fine, theres a slotted plate that it doesn't look like it latches in when you pull it back. have to figure that one out. anyway thanks for all the info. norm in hot Missouri.

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