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rrlund

12-29-2012 06:56:47
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That's one where I don't think the correct police would have you arrested. I never did like those green wheels. I don't think I'm alone on that.




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Larry Cecil

12-29-2012 08:58:37
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to rrlund, 12-29-2012 06:56:47  
Thanks for the advice. My wife said to keep it original but my sons think like me the red makes it pop so I'm leaning that way myself. My one son designs the Cummins Engines in Ind. and he has went through the engine and tranmission and put new seals in them. I hope it turns out like some I've seen will need plenty of help though.
Larry



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rrlund

12-29-2012 09:10:58
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Larry Cecil, 12-29-2012 08:58:37  

I've got a lot of body work to do on one too. This is the 1957 model that I bought in August. Somebody tried to make that one look like a 550.



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Larry Cecil

12-29-2012 09:25:39
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to rrlund, 12-29-2012 09:10:58  
Paint can fix that, body looks to be in good shape too.



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thompson mike

12-29-2012 09:53:48
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Larry Cecil, 12-29-2012 09:25:39  
I have numbers for Dupont Imron paint numbers if you want them. Single stage paint that is tough but costly. If you want them I will find them. Do not use the paint numbers for martin senour that are out there it comes from napa . There was a warning put out by Lyle Dumont a few years ago but I got it about two weeks too late. Now I have an almost mint green 550. Not happy.



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Larry Cecil

12-29-2012 10:16:46
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to thompson mike, 12-29-2012 09:53:48  
Sure Mike that would be great if not to much trouble. Thanks for the help need plenty of that.
Larry



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rrlund

12-29-2012 09:43:07
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Larry Cecil, 12-29-2012 09:25:39  
Ya,the hood has a few minor wrinkles. The wife got me a set of body working tools for Christmas so I can try to make it smooth before I paint it.



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Larry Cecil

12-29-2012 10:20:21
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to rrlund, 12-29-2012 09:43:07  
Got some too afraid I'm going to hit it wrong though. My son said Dad we will put a light filler on it and then wet sand the devil out of it. He's a perfectionist like me.



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Chief 83

12-29-2012 18:55:15
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Larry Cecil, 12-29-2012 10:20:21  
If you figure out or already know where to get a new lift pump please let me know. Been looking a long time and just can't find one.



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Dick W.

12-29-2012 19:32:38
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Chief 83, 12-29-2012 18:55:15  
What is wrong with your pump?



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Chief 83

12-29-2012 20:25:35
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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Dick W., 12-29-2012 19:32:38  
It has been rebuilt once and I think it still might be leaking internally. I am getting fuel into the crankcase. I'm told it is either the lift pump leaking or the injection pump. Since an injection pump rebuild is in the neighborhood of $500 I thought I'd start with the lift pump and see if that solved my problem.



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