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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver 770 Muffler

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03-02-2009 09:02:57

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My father bought a new 770 Oliver around 1960. It had the small thin black muffler that was partially in the hood. I would like to replace the muffler with an original looking one. All I can find is the larger ones used on the later 770s. Apparently the change occurred between 1960 and 1964 as I have a brochure printed in 1964 that shows the larger one. Anyone know of a place that has the old style ones, probably the same as used on 77 & 88 models? Thanks.

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03-02-2009 18:21:56

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler Picture in reply to AJB450, 03-02-2009 09:02:57  

Here is a picture of my Oliver 770 with the muffler I am looking for. Had to take a picture of a slide since this picture was taken back in about 1970 when it had the correct muffler. Al

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j meyer

03-02-2009 18:29:46

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler Picture in reply to AJB450, 03-02-2009 18:21:56  
I was afraid that was the muffler you were speaking of. The one I was talking about will fit no problem, but is typically seen on 1600's, and so on. Boy, I dont know where to send you on that one. You pry will need to start with old dealerships that have old inventory on hand and you might just get lucky. Hopefully someone will see this posting that has one. GOOD LUCK!!!

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03-02-2009 13:46:57

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to AJB450, 03-02-2009 09:02:57  
Ag parts first has them. they were around $75 when I bought mine, and yes....they SOUND A LOT BETTER than the silver ones!

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03-02-2009 18:42:40

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to 770, 03-02-2009 13:46:57  
J. Meyer
Thanks for the information. I found the muffler I was looking for in "Ag Parts First" for $79 just like you said. It does look like the original. Just a little pricey to keep that original look.

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j meyer

03-02-2009 19:29:11

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to AJB450, 03-02-2009 18:42:40  
I posted a picture of that 1600 I once had on the photo section if you want to take a look.

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03-02-2009 13:48:41

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to 770, 03-02-2009 13:46:57  
NOTE: They were not under/in the hood. I am speaking of the "nelson" style.

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j meyer

03-02-2009 15:33:53

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to 770, 03-02-2009 13:48:41  
I just bought one of those Nelson mufflers- price is now around $85, but it depends dealership to dealership on the pricing.

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Tramway Guy

03-02-2009 09:20:51

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to AJB450, 03-02-2009 09:02:57  
The original 77's & 88's used a muffler that was completely under the hood, only a small pipe sticking up from there. Many have been converted to the later type (as used on the Super 77 and Super 88, which required cutting the hole in the hood a little larger, because the pipe comes out slightly off from where it did originally. So maybe you are looking for a Super 77 style, I would think this would be easy to find. It may not be black, but you could paint it with heat resistant paint if you can't find it that way.
I have tried to find a picture of one that had the large part of the muffler partially in the hood, but I can't find one like that, but all of them have the inlet and clamp below the hood. Maybe that's what you're remembering.

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03-02-2009 15:08:54

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 Re: Oliver 770 Muffler in reply to Tramway Guy, 03-02-2009 09:20:51  
Yes I believe that is what it came with. The clamp and maybe 2 inches of the muffler was below the hood. I have a least one picture that shows it clearly. Will try to post it. Thanks.

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