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D-17 Hyd.

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Ron K. Stucky

04-07-2002 07:08:18

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I just put a JD loader on an early D-17 Allis. The Hydraulic pump is worthless for the loader. I was told I need to put a pump on the front of the engine. I was also told I need a special adapter from the crank to connect the hydraulic pump. Any idea where I can find a used adapter? Yes, I know I will have to change the valves on the loader because JD valves are closed center valves.
Thanks for any information you can give

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04-14-2002 03:42:54

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 Re: D-17 Hyd. in reply to Ron K. Stucky, 04-07-2002 07:08:18  
I read where the adaptors are available. I got sick of looking and brought my D17 Pully to a machine shop and had an attaching piece and shaft made. If you try a search you may find more information. One nice person posted pictures of his front pump project. I'll see if I can email his pictures. Also try looking at posts around this date RE: D-17 front hyd. pump parts REED 1/5/00 10:33:34 PM It talks about the adaptors you need.

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04-07-2002 14:39:19

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 Re: D-17 Hyd. in reply to Ron K. Stucky, 04-07-2002 07:08:18  
Check with salvage yards. The adapter bolts on to the front of the crankshaft pulley to drive the pump, which mounts in front of the steering casting. There is a nationwide chain of yards called Parts Express. Call 1-800-248-9263 for the Michigan yard, they can give you numbers for the other yards or put your request on their hotline.

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