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what series of D17 mounting loader

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Paz

04-04-2004 20:44:53




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I just purchased a 1962 D17, at least according to the serial number. How do the series differ on these? Is this a series 2 or 3?

I just recently found out that anything other than a series 4 does not have live power, which greatly disappoints me. I thought any tractor made in the 1960's would have live power, but I guess Allis was way behind the others, as most other makes had live power in the mid 50's

I also purchased a loader , which I believe is a Dual 200. The guy who owned both said the loader was on the tractor, but he sold them seperately. I guess the loader is set up so that it operates off the side, rather than the back pto. I was just wondering if there are any tricks I should know to set the loader on the tractor, and to connect this pump that connects to the side?

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JMS/MN

04-05-2004 07:45:59




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 Re: what series of D17 mounting loader in reply to Paz, 04-04-2004 20:44:53  
All D17 tractors have live hydraulics and pto- but they are not independent. When you use the Power Director lever (the hand clutch), the pto and hydraulics keep working. Get the operator manual to familiarize yourself with all features and required maintenance.



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Paz

04-06-2004 11:48:15




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 Re: Re: what series of D17 mounting loader in reply to JMS/MN, 04-05-2004 07:45:59  
Thanks for the info. How do I tell what series this is?



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JMS/MN

04-06-2004 18:26:23




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 Re: Re: Re: what series of D17 mounting loader in reply to Paz, 04-06-2004 11:48:15  
According to the serial number. I think there are breaks at 24000 and 65000, but I don't remember which is which. I have a Series III, but offhand, can't tell you the number- but I can tell you my JD tractors & swather numbers, Gleaner combines, NH baler, Gehl choppers, and a whole bunch of others- just never memorized the D17! Maybe cuz' it never needed much in parts!



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