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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver Waukesha engines.

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J. Schwiebert

09-10-2011 19:08:17
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Just got my computer back this evening and read the post on Oliver, Waukesha/& Waukesha-Clark.
I remember when I started working for the dealer and they had some complete engines at the Columbus branch. They had little cardboard tags on them that said the model number, engine number and the deviation number from a standard engine. You will find Waukesha engines that look like an Oliver but are Waukesha. Our county garage department has one in some road equipment (283 or 310 direct injection model) For e and his Clark lift truck. There are some differences in those engines inluding a 176 cubic inch gas version plus a different diesel. That is why you will find gaskets for those engines for a long time. Some of those engines also have hydraulic valve lifters and a ballancer in the pan pus a different oil pan. For RLund. A true Waukesha 302 cubic inch diesel has the intake and exhaust manifold on the same side and does not use a Lanova combustion chamber.They had one next door in a crane. The Railrad used to have a track equipment repair shop in town and they had some 155 cubic inch VRD diesels (550/660 like) that were newer than the original 180 diesels and they had Lanova combustion chambers. Now are you more confused than ever? By the way and maybe Oliver Fan has some literature on this, they also listed you could get a power unit set up for a MARINE application.

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Dick W.

09-11-2011 16:26:42
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 Re: Oliver Waukesha engines. in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-10-2011 19:08:17  
Is my diesel engine one of the VRD 155? I posted a few pictures a week or 2 ago. It is likely on page 6 by now. Thanks.



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oliver fan

09-11-2011 11:46:52
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 Re: Oliver Waukesha engines. in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-10-2011 19:08:17  
I have never see any advertising for Oliver 4 & 6 cylinder engines used in marine applications.

FYI, The June 1. 1959 Oliver Power Unit price list show those engines. They are called "Oliver Boat Diesel Engines". The factory codes are as follows:

Model 166 engine is code 62 009
Model 177 engine is code 72 009
Model 188 engine is code 82 009
Model 199 engine is code 92 009

Extra add on equipment consists of a special insrument and electrial panel, governor control, tachourmeter, and engine front support. There ia also a listings for reverse gears and reduction gears for both the same as the engine rotation or in opposite of the engine rotation.

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SherryS

09-12-2011 07:26:47
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 Re: Oliver Waukesha engines. in reply to oliver fan, 09-11-2011 11:46:52  
There is Oliver sales literature on the Marine applications. I have a piece dated 1956. It"s actually just a 2-sided sales sheet but does have pictures as well as all the specs.



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