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D17IV Diesel- Hollow Hyd. pump shaft

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Tom

02-04-2003 04:44:55




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The hollow shaft from the clutch assembly that drives the hydraulic pump has the splines stripped and needs replacing. This item is no longer available from Allis parts, and I have been unable to locate one in a salvage yard. This shaft is different for the diesel and this is what is required. Can anyone help me locate one or has anyone had a machine shop cut of the old splines and weld/machine on new ones? Tom

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Norm in Alabama

02-05-2003 08:38:16




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 Re: D17IV Diesel- Hollow Hyd. pump shaft in reply to Tom, 02-04-2003 04:44:55  
Tom, try Haney Equipment Co. in Athens, Al. He seems to have a part for everything Allis ever built. Wishing you luck in your search.



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Tom

02-05-2003 12:34:43




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 Re: Re: D17IV Diesel- Hollow Hyd. pump shaft in reply to Norm in Alabama, 02-05-2003 08:38:16  
Norm, Do you have a email address or phone for this firm? Thanks. Tom



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