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D17? Factory LP

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10-16-2002 18:44:36

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Live near OKC. Saw a D17(or perhaps D14) Factory Lp recently sitting in the weeds. I was wondering how rare are these. I tend typically to lean toward the green, but... I might be inclined to grab something orange as a project. Thoughts?

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Butch (OH)

10-17-2002 07:37:11

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 Re: D17? Factory LP in reply to MarcusH525, 10-16-2002 18:44:36  
Depends on what part of the country you are from. Here I never saw a propane tractor of any kind until people started hauling them in for their colections, now we see them at every show. Propane fuel seem to have been more popular in the south and west, probably cost. A-C built a lot of propane fueled tractors and I don't doubt that John W and Garri are right about there being a lot of them left where they were popular to begin with.

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John W.

10-17-2002 00:29:00

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 Re: D17? Factory LP in reply to MarcusH525, 10-16-2002 18:44:36  
Marcus; Lp D-17's aren't all that rare, 14's however are. D-17's are good tractors in any fuel. Orange in general are good machines, just ain't green. Green is no measure of worth or reliability. But then I might be a little prejudice since I own 25 orange tractors and 3 greenies.

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Garri McClure

10-16-2002 20:11:22

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 Re: D17? Factory LP in reply to MarcusH525, 10-16-2002 18:44:36  
The D-17 propanes are not rare or scarce. I have several myself. I live down by Anadarko. The propane D-14's are more scarce. The book is over at my grandpa's that tells the #'s, but I did research on the 14's before I bought the one that I have. I hope this helps.

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