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Nick Milliman

03-21-2004 05:44:12




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I just got a D-17 from around the corner. It has been in a small barn and hasn't ran for the last year. It has a great loader on it. I remember when it was purchased and when it used to lift large haybales out of the fields when I was a kid. I have looked all over the tractor for a serial # and can't find one. I was told it should be on the left side around the TA housing. Help! -Other place to look?? Thanks Nick

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JMS/MN

03-22-2004 12:59:45




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 Re: Serial # in reply to Nick Milliman, 03-21-2004 05:44:12  
Look on the left side of the torque tube- where the engine bolts to it. Upper surface, not the side. Stamped number is preceeded by a 'D'. D17 does not have a TA-That was a Farmall idea. Allis has the Power Director- hand clutch with a neutral between high and low range ground speed in each gear.



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CHALMERSBOB

03-21-2004 13:02:24




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 Re: Serial # in reply to Nick Milliman, 03-21-2004 05:44:12  
LOOK ON THE BELL HOUSING NEAR THE AIR CLEANER.
SHOULD START WITH D?????
BOB



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