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05-02-2002 07:16:08

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Where is the serial number on a D-17 located? Looked at one last night found two numbers one was 4873-009 and the other well don't remember it all but it ended with 692. The last one was located by the seat. It's hard for me to know the value since I'm new to tractors. The guy is asking $3600 new paint not sure about any other work.

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Craig MO

05-02-2002 16:56:42

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 Re: D-17 in reply to BigBubba, 05-02-2002 07:16:08  
The serial number is located on the torque tube housing flange where it bolts to the engine.

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05-02-2002 07:37:14

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 Re: D-17 in reply to BigBubba, 05-02-2002 07:16:08  
just read the thread Steve (Wi) started, so I'll ask the question this way. In your opinion what makes a D-17 worth $3600?

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05-02-2002 19:41:49

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 Re: Re: D-17 in reply to BigBubba, 05-02-2002 07:37:14  
the value of a tractor is not related to its size, but how rare or how in demand it is. The D17 is one of the best tractors ever built. The low end is normally in the $2000 range and the upper should be in the $3500 range. A D17 that cost over $4000. better be one good looking-running tractor.

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05-02-2002 19:49:06

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 Re: Re: Re: D-17 in reply to steve, 05-02-2002 19:41:49  
if i was paying over $3500 for a D17, i would make sure it was a series IV, had three point hitch, new rear tires and paint. Wide front end is an advantage, in my opinion. Series IV means it has an external mounted hydraulic pump and live pto.

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Bryan Smith

05-02-2002 08:50:01

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 Re: Re: D-17 in reply to BigBubba, 05-02-2002 07:37:14  
It may be worth that - I've seen D14's offered for $3200 to $3500 and a D17 is much more tractor. I have also seen D17's (depending on series and shape) offered for $3000 to $5000, maybe less in some areas.

Check out my website (link below) - it shows the serial number location for the D17. Click on Tractor Serial Number Location Images.

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