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High Crop D17

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kevin

05-01-2002 07:29:51




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Ok, I thought I posted this last night, but I can't locate it on the site. So apologies in advance if this is a repeat:

Found a D17 diesel high crop. Front axle looks like a heavy "arched" casting or forging. Other front axle links look pretty flimsy. Did AC manufacture this type of tractor in the D17 line or this aftermarket? Is the tractor worth buying or is this a pink elephant?

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steve

05-01-2002 17:00:45




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 Re: High Crop D17 in reply to kevin, 05-01-2002 07:29:51  
http://www.tractorshed.com/cgi-bin/gallery/photo_pic.cgi?pic=http;//www.tractorshed.com/gallery/tphotos/a5271.jpg&firstrec=1&lastrec=15&Parameter=high%20crop&mode=All&what=tphotos



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kevin

05-01-2002 22:05:43




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 Re: Re: High Crop D17 in reply to steve, 05-01-2002 17:00:45  
Steve--that's the same type I'm looking at, only that one looks a lot better. I guess what you're saying is that it's a factory setup--not some junkyard add-on. Thanks for sending the link. Any ideas on value? The one I'm looking at is supposed to be a series III, running, but no 3-pt hitch.

Kevin



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steve

05-02-2002 16:10:29




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 Re: Re: Re: High Crop D17 in reply to kevin, 05-01-2002 22:05:43  
an average D17 brings about $2000. a real nice one can go for $3500. here in the midwest. The hi-crop is much more rare and i would think could bring real good money if a certain person wanted one. Personally i like my bottom a little closer to the ground.



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