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D17 Hydraulic problem

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Mark

12-27-2003 20:09:09




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Have 1963 D17 series III with after market 3 pt. hitch. Have been using it lately with a hydraulic post driver while building fence around the farm. Everything has been working great until the other day. The 3pt. will no longer lift. The post driver is run off a seperate front pump. I checked the hydraulic oil and added some. When I try to raise the lift arms, the hydraulic oil is running into the transmission and now overflowing. Is there a seal between causing the leak or do I have a leaking lift cylinder or hose? How do I get to this to repair and where would be the best place to get the parts. This is my first tractor and I pick the D series because my grandfather has a D14 and swore by it. Any help would be appreciated.

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Annette

10-13-2005 19:08:48




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 Re: D17 Hydraulic problem in reply to Mark, 12-27-2003 20:09:09  
Hi,
My father called me to find out if I could find out where you check the hydraulic oil for a d19. Would anyone know? Thanks for you help!



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Mike (MO)

09-14-2005 10:12:00




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 Re: D17 Hydraulic problem in reply to Mark, 12-27-2003 20:09:09  
I've got the same problem with my D17. Can you guide me through the repair?



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steve

12-28-2003 05:46:18




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 Re: D17 Hydraulic problem in reply to Mark, 12-27-2003 20:09:09  
had that happen to our series III several years ago. hose blown on the lift cylinder in the pto housing. start disassembly from teh back end till you get to upper lift arms and the cylinder. look at the hose, and cylinder seal.



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Rick

12-28-2003 02:48:48




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 Re: D17 Hydraulic problem in reply to Mark, 12-27-2003 20:09:09  
Mark,

E-mail me and I'll try to help you with your problem. Thanks,Rick



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