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AC D-17

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don

03-17-2004 17:05:35




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I am looking at a D17 and wondered if this model had any comm0n problems i did not get the serial number. it is a gas engine wide front with 3 point. I also wonder what the hp rating is.




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Danny (IN)

03-21-2004 04:23:24




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 Re: AC D-17 in reply to don, 03-17-2004 17:05:35  
I have a 1958 Series 1 Gas. It is a great tractor. The power director gives you "live" PTO and hydraulics, plus a 2- range transmission.

THe series 1 through 3 bring from 2000 to 4000, depending on the shape that it is in.

I have heard of only one problem - if it has been abused, it will jump out of 3rd gear, which is expensive to fix.

Do a compression check on the engine, when brand new it would have been 140 psi on all cylinders.

THe early series tractors had limited hydraulics, usually just the lift, and one single acting remote outlet. It can be upgraded to two-way with the addition of a selector valve and a return line back to the sump.

THe hydraulics on the Series 1-3 are low-flow (4gpm) and high pressure (3500psi), so you have to be careful about the cylinders that you use.

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bw in mo

03-18-2004 18:48:40




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 Re: AC D-17 in reply to don, 03-17-2004 17:05:35  
Hello The series 1&2 only would have after mkt 3 pt. T
the series 3&4 would have the factory 3 pt. We run the series 4 for 15 to 18 years with only one OH, it was used every day to feed or in the field. Good tractor.. B W in mo



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Don Dittmar

03-18-2004 05:35:12




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 Re: AC D-17 in reply to don, 03-17-2004 17:05:35  
I grew up on Aliis Chalmers. In fact, my uncle has a series 1 D17 and it has been trouble free. The 226 engine was used from the wd45 all the way up into the model 170's and is a good engine. I think this will make a fine tractor. Any other way I can help let me know
Good Luck
Don



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old

03-17-2004 17:20:14




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 Re: AC D-17 in reply to don, 03-17-2004 17:05:35  
Its 52Hp and as far as I have heard as long as its a series 2 or 3 they are good



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