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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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oliverkid

08-26-2012 18:05:06
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Hi guys, this summer I bought a beautyful compleatly origional always sheded 74H picker for 100 bucks. It was mounted on a 1600. My question is, will that sub frame bolt to any 4 digit with the pads on the frame. I would like to find a nice origional 1800A to put it on but I didnt know if that frame would only fit a 1600, 50, 55.




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PaulCa

08-27-2012 17:17:13
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to oliverkid, 08-26-2012 18:05:06  
How about putting it on a cream and red Cockshutt 1600 gas with a narrow front?



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oliverkid

08-27-2012 17:45:32
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to PaulCa, 08-27-2012 17:17:13  
It would be kind of cool but a Cockshutt 1600 is rare enough I wouldnt want to hide it under a picker. Plus I probably couldnt afford it, they seem kind of pricy and at 18 years old and in college, I cant spend crazy ammounts of money. Kinda sucks!!



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grease monkey

08-28-2012 19:37:16
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to oliverkid, 08-27-2012 17:45:32  
i worked at oliver dealer in early 70 in ky.the only diferant in the 1600 and 1800 is the rear axle bracket



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rustyplow

08-27-2012 17:05:55
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to oliverkid, 08-26-2012 18:05:06  
I have a 74 that came off an 1800,so they will fit. The owner said it was a tight fit. I bought a 1550 to put it on. 7 years ago. Someday I might get to it :-) Come to think of it, it came from somwhere down by you I think. Reading Mi?



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J. Schwiebert

08-26-2012 19:38:56
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to oliverkid, 08-26-2012 18:05:06  
Well I think it will.We put a 74 Picker on a Fleetline 88 by modifing a sub frame and also one on a Super M Farmall. How soon do you want to do this? I probably have some instruction sheets yet on the mounting the 74 picker on different tractors.



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rustyplow

08-27-2012 17:10:51
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to J. Schwiebert, 08-26-2012 19:38:56  
John , if you have extra mountig intructions you would let go, or copys I would like to get them. Someday I would like to get mine mounted on either a 1550 or an 88.I actully have two. An oliver 74 and a cockshutt 74. Jody



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oliverkid

08-27-2012 11:32:41
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 Re: 74H Picker in reply to J. Schwiebert, 08-26-2012 19:38:56  
Not any time soon. I have to see what the money situation after harvest looks like since im in college now. Right now im starting to hunt for a decent tractor to put it on. I really want an 1800A gas narrow front but I would take a 1650 gas. Preferrably a nice origional so it will match the picker.



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