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Re: Is a D-14 for me?

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Ole Cuss

03-27-2002 16:35:58

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These are nice tractors but known for bad 2nd and 3rd gears. Make sure you drive one before you buy it to make sure it's good in all the gears, because the transmissions are more expensive to fix than they are worth. Parts are generally easy to come by. Fixing the power director if needed can be expensive; adjusting the power director should be done by only a qualified AC mechanic because it is a very particular procedure to do correctly.

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03-31-2002 18:14:22

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 Re: Re: Is a D-14 for me? in reply to Ole Cuss, 03-27-2002 16:35:58  
You're right about the 2nd-3rd gear. I have heard many people tell me they have problems especially with 3rd gear. My Dad has a very nice 14 that he plows the garden and pulls a 5ft. brushhog with. Nice little tractor , but it wont stay in 3rd gear. My only other complaint is having to pull the final drives in order to put brakes on it. Other than that it's a handy sized tractor.

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03-27-2002 18:48:05

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 Re: Re: Is a D-14 for me? in reply to Ole Cuss, 03-27-2002 16:35:58  
The power director (Hand clutch) runs in oil. Good for about 20 years of hard use- then you remove a few brass shims when after 20 yrs it begins to slip. In about 80 years you run out of shims. then I don't know what you'd do.

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