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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: OC6 or 420C

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05-07-2014 14:21:44

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Thank you all for your input. I think it goes to show you find reason and will to go where you wanted anyway. How about mechanics? is there a preference? Aside from parts, a big aside I know, is either easier to work on, I do all my own wrenching. The Oliver looks "roomier" wide gauge and all. Also I came across an Oliver ad for the OC's and a fellow was plowing, right side track in the furrow. Is that right? I read in this forum never do that, plays hell with the machine, lots more wear, etc.I need some more education obviously

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05-11-2014 07:13:14

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 Re: OC6 or 420C in reply to Agman101, 05-07-2014 14:21:44  
I dunno, any plowing we ever did with our OC-4 was in the furrow. Never seemed to do any harm. But then again we never plowed that many acres with the crawler, either.

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05-07-2014 21:58:22

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 Re: OC6 or 420C in reply to Agman101, 05-07-2014 14:21:44  
Parts for an OC 6 can be had from Zimmerman Oliver Cletrac in Ephrata PA. The engine is from an Oliver 77 tractor and the transmission from an Oliver 88 tractor. Landis Zimmerman is very helpful and knows all there is to know about the Oliver crawlers.

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