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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Oliver pull type combine

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G706

02-02-2013 21:00:43
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Old Oliver Crop Master out behind the barn. Been setting there as long as I can remember. 1962? or longer.




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rrlund

02-05-2013 07:08:07
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
Had one just like it. It was alright as long as you didn't kill that hand crank engine. If you did,you were done for the day.



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Armand Tatro

02-10-2013 11:50:45
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to rrlund, 02-05-2013 07:08:07  
In the early '60's Dad and I had a IH model 64 combine with a hand crank Cub engine. And people wonder why I have no desire for any engien with a hand crank! The happiest day of my life up to that point was the day we found the flywheel had a ring gear! A cub starter and a length of #0 battery cable from the 400 tractor battery to the combine engine starter and life was good again. NO MORE CRANK! Armand

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joness

02-03-2013 20:54:13
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
It's a 15. I have one just like it. The radiator screen shows that it has a Continental 4 banger. Where is the combine located?



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G706

02-04-2013 07:56:14
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to joness, 02-03-2013 20:54:13  
Still has the engine on it but the grain tank is gone. Located near Amity, Oregon.



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jordan hackman

02-03-2013 20:09:22
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
based on your first picture with the air cleaner i would say that is an early self propel oliver combine.



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oliverkid

02-03-2013 19:53:41
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
Its a draper model so its either a #2 grain master or a #15. Both good machines. I have an 18 im gonna try to get goin this summer.



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G706

02-03-2013 15:58:37
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  

Here's a front view, hard to see in the brush but it has a draw bar, Must be about a 5 or 6 foot cut.



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agonair

02-03-2013 11:04:17
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
That looks like an early SP...30, 33, 35?



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DNW in MI

02-03-2013 06:10:19
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 Re: Oliver pull type combine in reply to G706, 02-02-2013 21:00:43  
you sure that is a pull type? Not an early sp.



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