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D17 3 point versus lift arms

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Donald Holden

05-24-2003 20:30:05




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I am considering switching to a 3 point in-order to use more available equipment on the the tractor. The tractor serial # is 33383 and has the high pressure low volumn hydraulic system.
I have a couple of questions about the conversion:

What problems with the coverted system can I expect over the factory lift arms, if any? Will the current hydraulic system be ok with the 3 pt? What is a typical cost for the conversion? I live
Southern Wis & where might find a mfg source?

Thanks for your any information you might be able to provide.

Don

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Slowpoke

06-14-2003 00:35:07




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 Re: D17 3 point versus lift arms in reply to Donald Holden, 05-24-2003 20:30:05  
Here's another one: Saginaw County Tractor Parts
9161 Sheridan Rd. New Lathrop, Mi. 810-638-5787.
WWW.saginawcountytractor.com. 2002 price D17 3PT: $425



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Dave Wi

05-26-2003 14:12:17




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 Re: D17 3 point versus lift arms in reply to Donald Holden, 05-24-2003 20:30:05  
Here is a another place to try, tonystractor.com , the cost of 3pt. and shipping will be about the same as Marty's or Phil's Tractor 608-274-3601,he's pretty reasonable.Been to all of em and Marty's kin.



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MarkL

05-25-2003 16:28:24




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 Re: D17 3 point versus lift arms in reply to Donald Holden, 05-24-2003 20:30:05  
I have a similar early D-17 which was already converted to 3pt when I bought it. You lose the draft-control system of the original Allis system, but I probably couldn't find any original Allis implements anyway. The 3pt conversion has given me many more options for implements, though I'm not completely happy with the height of the lift I'm getting. I may need to adjust the lift arms differently.
I don't know who manufactured the 3pt conversion, but the dealer who installed it might be able to answer your questions. He is near Richland Center, Wisconsin, call Marty Brewer at Buck Creek Tractor (608)647-7782.

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steve

05-26-2003 06:43:21




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 Re: Re: D17 3 point versus lift arms in reply to MarkL, 05-25-2003 16:28:24  
just an idea- others make them also-----http://www.worksaver.com/product/hkit3pt.html



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Donald Holden

05-26-2003 12:02:44




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 Re: Re: Re: D17 3 point versus lift arms in reply to steve, 05-26-2003 06:43:21  
Appreciate the information guys and will do some follow up on the conversion availability opportunities.

Don



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