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D17 diesel runs

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Bob D. (La)

10-24-2003 04:00:02




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Just had to brag a little. Bought a D17D for $400.00 in July. Finally got to really tinkering with it and found the injection pump wasn't pumping. Removed it and had it rebuilt. Picked up yesterday after work (YIKES $685.00) had to have a new head assembly to fix it. Installed it and got it running last night about dark. Still, for $1200.00, Ive got a good running D17 D. Couldn't make it pop out or any gear, power director works great. Just need to start doing all the little things now. Think I've got a keeper, and its Allis Chalmers. Can't beat that anyday. Bob D. (La)

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Jody Lanier

10-26-2003 07:10:32




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 Re: D17 diesel runs in reply to Bob D. (La), 10-24-2003 04:00:02  
Congradulations Bob. Maybe you could help me with my delimma I bought an AC I-600 back hole for a song and dance ($800) I think its a 1969 year model but the right Planetary gear is shot can you tell me where I might be able to get parts.
Maybe you might know what tractor I might be able to cross with it for parts.



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Wally G.

10-24-2003 18:16:08




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 Re: D17 diesel runs in reply to Bob D. (La), 10-24-2003 04:00:02  
You lucky SO....



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