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Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17

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Jimbob

02-08-2003 06:31:01




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Jimbob

02-08-2003 12:41:22




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 Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Jimbob, 02-08-2003 06:31:01  
Sorry for confusion. What does the following Allis Chalmers tractors weigh? D-12, D-14 & D-17?



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02-08-2003 10:40:19




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 Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Jimbob, 02-08-2003 06:31:01  



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02-08-2003 14:05:50




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 Re: Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to ?????, 02-08-2003 10:40:19  
D-12=2841 lbs.,D14=4140lbs,.D17 gas=4645lbs,.diesel=4969lbs.---Hope this helps.



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Jimbob...Gary, one more question

02-09-2003 05:55:54




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 Re: Re: Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Gary, 02-08-2003 14:05:50  
Is the D-10 & D-12 approximately the same weight?



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02-09-2003 06:20:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Jimbob...Gary, one more question, 02-09-2003 05:55:54  
D1- is shownat 2789lbs, D12 at 2841 lbs. That's pretty close. Test 724 on D10 shows 25.73 dbr Hp on D10, Test 812 shows 29.97. Thefirst is with 138.7 ci, the 2nd with 149 ci, both at 1650 rpm.. D10 and D12 had the same mtr. shout anytime.



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02-09-2003 08:37:11




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Gary, 02-09-2003 06:20:21  
I have been looking for a small tractor for my wife. She used a tractor when she was 14 years old, so not a greenhorn. I do not want her running the Ford 961 I we own- could be tippy. I am just starting up my mini-farm. I'll get a JD 14T or New Holland Super 67 baler. We can pull a trailer later for pick-up. I also have a 7-point 'spike' type cullivator instead of a plow. A plow is not necessary for our hay field in snady loam. Anyways, I need live PTO & power steering would be nice, not a necessity. 3-point hitch would also be great, but I have no attachments. We have a small case 444 with a hydrostatic motor drive rotortiller & flow control valve to keep tractor speed at a crawl- great in small garden with 36" rows.
The D-10 or D-12 has an amazing 30hp drawbar pull with extra weights on the tractor. The tractor is small, has excellent visibility with small engine hood & wide front. Parts are plentiful new or used. Never heard of a gear train failure, so small is good! Which models have the live PTO, PS & 3-point hitch?

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Jimbob......gary, have add Info

02-09-2003 09:06:11




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor weight...AC D-12, AC D-14 AC D-17 in reply to Jimbob, 02-09-2003 08:37:11  
The 7-point culivator was tried with a Ford 1715 of 27hp with an estimated 23 to 24 drawbar hp. The wheels slipped a lot & forward progress was so, so in the lowest gear. The Ford 961 pulled it with ease. So I suspect the D-12 or D-10 would work fine with the added weight. I believe the 961 has 40 drawbar hp. If too marginal, the D-14 is larger, but isn't the Nebraska drawbar test about the same as a D-12? I know, a large D-17 would work like the 961 or even a little better.

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