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D17 series 1 lift arms

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Phil 19

12-30-2020 19:05:32




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I have a D17 series 1 the two rear lift arms do not go down even if tractor is not running. Tractor does have front end loader on it and it is plugged into rear hydraulic. Remote.




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DrAllis

12-30-2020 19:45:19




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 Re: D17 series 1 lift arms in reply to Phil 19, 12-30-2020 19:05:32  
Sounds pretty normal to me. If they get to where they do slowly drop down when using a loader, you'll want to tie them in the up position with a rope or wire. If you don't, every time you raise the loader you'll have to wait for the arms to raise fully up before the loader can raise at all.



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old

12-30-2020 19:28:16




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 Re: D17 series 1 lift arms in reply to Phil 19, 12-30-2020 19:05:32  
The arms are gravity down so if you have no weight on them they will not go down.



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Phil 19

01-09-2021 11:56:58




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 Re: D17 series 1 lift arms in reply to old, 12-30-2020 19:28:16  
Thanks for the the responses. I know on my WD when I shut it off I can stand on lift arms and arms go down. But on my 17 when I shut it off and I stand on arms they dont go down. I just want arms to go down so lift cyl. rods wont start to rust.



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old

01-09-2021 13:02:36




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 Re: D17 series 1 lift arms in reply to Phil 19, 01-09-2021 11:56:58  
D-17 lift cylinder is in side so hard for it to rust since oil moves around the area when ever it is being used. If you put the lever in the down position and then stand on the arms they will go down



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