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Dave

02-27-2003 19:30:12




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Did Allis use a 6cyl GAS engine in any of the D17 series tractors? I have only seen 4cyl gas and the 6cyl diesel in them. Also, can a loader be used on the early D17 without a crankshaft driven hyd pump? Thanks in advance, Dave.




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Joel L

03-02-2003 05:34:17




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 Re: Allis questions in reply to Dave, 02-27-2003 19:30:12  
Yes you can use an all hydraulic loader by using a diverter valve and add a couple of two way remote valves. The diverter valve is used to isolate the loader valves from the lift arms. When you want to use the loader you move the diverter valve one way which closes off the lift arms and the when you want to use the lift arms you move the diverter valve the other way to close off the loader valves. Usually a diverter valve is push pull type. You must also use valves and cylinders designed for high pressure. 3,500- 3,700psi.

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Dave

03-02-2003 08:05:56




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 Re: Re: Allis questions in reply to Joel L, 03-02-2003 05:34:17  
Thanks a lot for the info guys.



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Eldon

02-27-2003 20:58:21




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 Re: Allis questions in reply to Dave, 02-27-2003 19:30:12  

No 6 cylinder gas unless you can find a converted cotton picker or modified. The #17 loader was offered for the D17 (trip bucket) as well as after market loaders (full hydraulic) that used a pto driven pump.



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