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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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880 - 88 Frame

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Eric Locstein

09-02-2012 12:59:16
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Hello Everyone......Is anyone able to inform if an Oliver 880 tub has a larger "tub" compared to Super 88??? Or are they the same??

Thank You




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billet-boy

09-04-2012 18:14:03
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 12:59:16  
Ok while we are on this subject, will a 88 standard rearend bolt up to 880 tub?



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OliverNate

09-03-2012 12:18:20
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 12:59:16  
went out to the shed and did some measuring I have a '58 super 88 diesel and a '59 880 diesel w/ hydra-power and the tubs had the same measurements, same mounts on outsides, same hole for the oil pan on the underside



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jordan hackman

09-02-2012 18:43:17
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 12:59:16  
the 880 might be a tad bigger but if so it isn't much, and it would be longer not wider. also what do you mean by repower? and for power steering all you need to do is replace the front pedistal for one with a power steering system.



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J. Schwiebert

09-02-2012 16:51:57
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 12:59:16  
Exactly what do you mean by larger? ? B. A. Star had a post on here abou changes in the frame once power steering became an option. What area were you wondering about?



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Eric Locstein

09-02-2012 17:33:52
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-02-2012 16:51:57  
I was curious about the inside room for a larger pan.....Thinking of repowering and would like to try to find out what frame gives us the most room :)



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Eric Locstein

09-03-2012 12:24:04
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 17:33:52  
Thank you everyone for your time.....Good to know this sort of thing, Winter is right around the corner and I am going to need something to screw around with......Curious what motor will actually fit in our Super 88 :)
THANKS AGAIN!



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G3400

09-03-2012 14:46:34
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-03-2012 12:24:04  
I have a 451 Waukesha engine I was told will fit in the S88/880 frame with alittle work. Use your 88 bell and flywheel. 140hp @ 1900rmp. I'm trying to sell it if your interested give me a call or send an email. $1200.00 and runs great. 812-631-3863



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Eric Locstein

09-04-2012 19:47:26
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to G3400, 09-03-2012 14:46:34  
Hey..... G3400 ------ Keep that motor! Where are you from? Let's work something out :)

Im more than serious about this



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G3400

09-05-2012 08:37:24
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-04-2012 19:47:26  
I'm in southwest indiana. It shouldnt be going anywhere. Not really an oliver guy other wise id be sticking it in an 880. I also have a 310 gas id consider selling but its not as cheap. give me a call sometime 812-631-3863



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Sonar

09-02-2012 20:40:35
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 Re: 880 - 88 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 09-02-2012 17:33:52  
I do know the 770/880 bellhousing will not fit in a 77 without some grinding, but unsure about the 88 tub.



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