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D17 Diesel 262 into DD grader

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    Posted: 20 Sep 2022 at 7:59am
Looks like theres a difference in the rear plate from a D17 to the grader bellhousing?  If so, anybody have a plate for a DD??  Also, looking for pump lines and injectors for the same.
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The plate for a 230 diesel should work.
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Thanks Joe,  I'll try looking for one on classifieds page.  I guess I could fab something, but I was trying to avoid that (I have a 301 that I figured I'd have to do that for)  found this 262 close by thought it would slip in easier than 301.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DonBC Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Sep 2022 at 12:14pm
The adapter plate for the transaxle on the D graders was needed as the transaxle was not made by AC and was also used by Galion for their similar sized grader. Galion used a 6 cyl International diesel engine. I gave away all my information when I sold my D grader and I don't remember who made the transaxle.
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I have a   230  plate  in Indiana.  $300 + frt .         Tony 
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Originally posted by DonBC DonBC wrote:

The adapter plate for the transaxle on the D graders was needed as the transaxle was not made by AC and was also used by Galion for their similar sized grader. Galion used a 6 cyl International diesel engine. I gave away all my information when I sold my D grader and I don't remember who made the transaxle.

Wasn't it Clark?
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This is definitely IIRC - I seem to remember Clark and a mention that the crown wheel and pinion was Ford something.  And neither might be right.

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Dave and Ian are both right. The transaxle was a Clark and the crown and pinion was a Ford truck crown and pinion. I always felt that my D grader was geared too fast and thought of trying to find a Ford crown and pinion with a different ratio to slow it down.
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Thanks for the replies.  Tony, I'll be calling you.  I think I read somewhere that the transmission was mfd by clark.


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