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D-12,14 and 15 specs

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Jim H

01-08-2003 19:13:19

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Where can I go for specs on the D-12, D-14, and the D-15 tractor? Also what do the "series" stand for? I am looking for a tractor to use on my 10 acres to mow,move dirt, plow (2-3 bottom), disc, and move snow. Any help would be appreciated.

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01-09-2003 04:48:52

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 Re: D-12,14 and 15 specs in reply to Jim H, 01-08-2003 19:13:19  
All of those tractors are similar in size and have the power to do what you need to do but anything a D-12 can do and 14 or 15 can do better for less money. Early 12s are cheap(er) but have no live PTO or hydraulics. Later series 2-3 12s have live PTO and hyd options but collector value is much higher. Any 14 or 15 will have continuous PTO by using the hand clutch and hydraulics that are live in the same manner. The later models of 10-12-15 had optional factory 3-points, desirable option but again driven above practical value by collector interest. The cheapest route to the implements you need is to go with a Snap –Coupler tractor and 3-point adapter for everything except the plow. You need to stay with an A-C snap coupler plow as the hydraulics are not sophisticated enough to properly run a 3 point plow. The SC system was superior for plowing anyway. A 14 would be the cheapest route followed by early 12, early 15, late 15 and the high end will be series 2 and 3 12s. A series 3 D-10 would probably be the most desirable tractor for what you want to do if the price doesn’t bother you, about 3X a D-14

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01-08-2003 20:16:58

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 Re: D-12,14 and 15 specs in reply to Jim H, 01-08-2003 19:13:19  
others will give you a location for spec. basically the smaller tractor D10 is a little over 20 HP and the D15 is probably up aroud 40. The numbers 12-14-15 dont mean anything except relative size. The "D" series was built starting about 1958-1970 and normally you get a premimum price, on average lets say $3000. They are more of a collectors item or "show tractor" If you go to an older tractor in the 1950-55 era, say a C or CA which is 20-25 HP you will pay about 1/2 that or a little more for the same condition. If you want a bigger older tractor you would look at the WD or WD45 (under 50 HP). The price of them is also $1000- $2000 roughly. Depends on how new and what you want. Newer units normally have better hydraulics, live PTO, etc. For price and horse power, you normally can not beat an old WD45. They are more of an old work horse than a collectors item, depends on what you want. Look at the left of the page under PHOTOS and type in ALLIS, then go to various photos and look around

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