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Todd Wilson

02-23-1999 11:20:45

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I have a D17 and have no idea what hp it is.Also I run a frontend loader off the PTO and I want to attach my rear blade on the back but the PTO gear box is in the way when I try to raise it. Is it possible to punch out the front and attach a shaft for the PTO to the loader.Thanks Todd W.

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02-26-1999 09:23:30

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 Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to Todd Wilson, 02-23-1999 11:20:45  
I'm looking at a D-17 gas with loader. It needs a clutch, governor work, maybe vlotage regulator. Overall condition is fair, but with a little work and money I think it could be a very servicable tractor if the price is right. What do you think it's worth?

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Todd Wilson

02-27-1999 12:57:39

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to BLB, 02-26-1999 09:23:30  
Im not an expert at all.But I purchased my 1964? D17 gas in 1998 in Idaho,for $6400.00 its in good condition with an alternator conversion, front end loader, four bottom plow, 7 foot scraper, 10 foot wide disker.It runs great and not a single seal leaks.I've often wondered if I got a good deal or not,but I realized that it starts every time and run great therefor I'm content with the price. Todd

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Jerry M.

02-24-1999 10:01:36

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 Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to Todd Wilson, 02-23-1999 11:20:45  
If it is gas it is about 54 HP. Maybe you could relocate your hydraulic pump off to the side and drive it with a belt or chain drive from the PTO shaft. I have D17 with an AC twin-wheel side mounted mower that uses a belt drive from the PTO over to a pulley on the right side that drives a shaft forward under the axle to the mower.

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