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09-16-2003 19:03:02

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I have a 1964 D17 with frt.loader.The loader is fed from the transmission by a pump attached to the 3 point hitch shaft.When you step on the clutch this disengages the loader hyds. Is there any way to put a pump on the front of the tractor driven by the pulley on the front of the engine to have live hyds.? It looks like you might be able to attach a coupling under the radiator.If this can be done where can I buy a pump or kit to do this? Any information would be helpful. Thanks

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Wally G.

09-18-2003 16:14:26

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 Re: d17 live hyds. in reply to george, 09-16-2003 19:03:02  
Yes they do make the pump, mount and shaft to do that. I think it was the model 460 loader? Forgive me but it was 1971 when we put it on the tractor, but it really worked well. Does your loader frame have the resevoir built into the left upright where the boom attaches? The oil was piped up to the front of the tractor and a line went back to the control valve on the right side above the torque handle.

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09-27-2003 14:43:47

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 Re: Re: d17 live hyds. in reply to Wally G., 09-18-2003 16:14:26  
Thanks Wally for the info.Sorry could not get back until now but I lost house power until this morn. because of the storms. I don't think the uprights has oil storage in it .I was going to use an aux. tank mounted somewhere.Do you know where I can get the kit you described ? Any info would help.


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09-18-2003 09:40:31

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 Re: d17 live hyds. in reply to george, 09-16-2003 19:03:02  
Your second sentence was a bit confusing, but I understood your meaning- you have a Series I, II, or III- the Series IV has independent hydraulics. I don't think Series I had it but maybe II, definately III had a front crankshaft pulley that was machined and tapped to accept a front mount shaft to drive a pump mounted in front of the steering box. Look at the front of the pulley for two threaded holes. If it is not available through AGCO, it is not hard to do a shop-built add-on.

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david l wilson

09-16-2003 20:25:55

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 Re: d17 live hyds. in reply to george, 09-16-2003 19:03:02  
yes it can be done someone used to make a kit to do that but i don't know if you can still get one . if anyone knows of a place to get one i would be interested also. thanks . david l wilson

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