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D-17 questions

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06-09-2003 19:49:17

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I have been looking at a few D-17's and was wondering how I can tell what series they are? Also would I be able to use a small chisle plow on this tractor. Is there enough horsepower?
The one I am looking at now has wide front, power steering, three point hitch ,live pto,hyds ,tires are 90%. Said it starts and runs real good. Comes with a six foot blade on back. Is asking $3500 but said he will take $3000 for it. Could use some paint. This is what the old guy told me. I have to travel a was to see it (the guy is not computer literit) so I need to know what questions to ask to find out what series it is. Thanks in advance

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06-16-2003 08:44:52

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 Re: D-17 questions in reply to chuck, 06-09-2003 19:49:17  
Easiest way is to have the owner give you the Serial Number of the tractor. It's located on the left side of the torque tube right behind the engine. Then look on this site for the s/n listing, it will tell you when it was built and what series. The horsepower should be around 50+. Your post didnt mention diesel, so assuming it's gas, the price sounds a bit high but can vary with the Series. If it's a Series IV, it's a good deal; if not, a lot depends on the hours and general shape.
You may want to consider the cost of transporting it, too.

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06-10-2003 19:53:16

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 Re: D-17 questions in reply to chuck, 06-09-2003 19:49:17  
I'll try to give you a quick answer until those more knowledgable reply. If I remember right there was a hood/paint scheme/lettering differece between the first three series. The series 4 had the hyd levers on more of a console and I think 3 pt was standard whereas on the first 3 series the snap-coupler was standard. Thats the way I remember it but I don't swear to it.

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