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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver 1850 Frame

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Eric Locstein

10-20-2012 09:48:48
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Might be a dumb question? Looking to get a 354 perkins into the 310 gas frame? Can I do this???? I guess the question I have is what is the difference???

Thank You for your input :)




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Eric Locstein

10-20-2012 18:09:25
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 09:48:48  
Thanks Guys, We had taken the Perkins out and added an 5.9 to the tractor. So now the Perkins is just laying in our shop. Found an 1850 with a 310 gas that was available to buy, but apparently the 310 gas frame won't work.....You fellas just saved me a bunch of headaches, so Thank You :)



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kevinecwi

10-20-2012 19:07:24
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 18:09:25  
Is that Perkins for sale?



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J. Schwiebert

10-20-2012 13:21:29
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 09:48:48  
Look at the two frames side by side. You will see major differences. Now I have a dumb question: What model 354 Perkins are you going to use and is it a 4 point or a 3 point mount? I would not use a 354 out of an 1850, but if you use the 1850 frame you will need an 1850 parts engine.



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J. Schwiebert

10-20-2012 13:59:19
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to J. Schwiebert, 10-20-2012 13:21:29  
Would it not make morse sense to trade for an 1850 diesel or a White with a Perkins instead of doing what you are asking about? Is this to farm with or a tractor to go pull with?



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OliverNate

10-20-2012 11:57:48
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 09:48:48  
from what i recall from seeing other post on this form a 1850 with perkins had alot of parts that were particular to that tractor only don't remember what excatly but pretty sure someone said if you wana swap to the perkins you better have a 1850 parts tractor that originally had the perkins



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Mike (WA)

10-20-2012 10:05:26
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 09:48:48  
I think you need an 1850 diesel (Perkins) frame- its apparently wider than the frames for the Waukashas, either gas or diesel. That's why 1850 diesel frame is used for Cummins conversions- needs the extra room.



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Eric Locstein

10-20-2012 09:49:38
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 Re: Oliver 1850 Frame in reply to Eric Locstein, 10-20-2012 09:48:48  
The 310 gas frame is also from an Oliver 1850



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