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How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ?

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Red

03-26-2004 06:05:40




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Is a D-17(IV) fully equipped a popular unit?




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bryan

04-24-2004 17:18:40




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
i am not sure how rare a d-17 is but i have a lpg d-17 i am about to rebuild. if you find out where a good place to get a rebuild kit let me know.



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Russ

03-28-2004 07:32:16




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
Rare to meddlin'; The D-17 Series IV new owner is truly rare. If you find one someone has been meddlin' with the current or past owner more than likely. Good luck to anyone who can get their hands on one. Several people have made the claim
that Allis-Chalmers is no longer making any of these very fine beasts.



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Red

03-27-2004 19:00:33




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
Thanks for all that good Allis Input on the D-17.



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moonlite

03-27-2004 17:03:47




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
Best tractor Allis Chalmers ever built. As durable as any of the older ones and much more convenient.



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Nathan (SD)

03-27-2004 08:11:46




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
I agree with John. I have seen many scrapped D17 but not one is ever a series 4. As time goes on the older ones will keep dying but the series 4 will always be saved. In time the Series 1 & 2 will become the rare ones but finding a series 4 for sale will only get harder to find.



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Red

03-26-2004 11:59:25




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
My email is (ferris_les@hotmail.com). I live in S.Ontario.



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John (C-IL)

03-26-2004 10:23:35




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 Re: How Rare is a D-17 Series IV ? in reply to Red, 03-26-2004 06:05:40  
Not very rare but very desireable. Now, finding a good D17 IV for sale is rare.



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