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Re: Oliver 77

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01-02-2013 09:33:13

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You can put a hydraulic pump on it in place of the manual cultivator lift with a little modification. Back in the day,a neighbor put a self contained unit like you would put on the PTO on a piece of pipe where the cultivator pipe goes and ran it off the belt pully hub. He made a sprocket to bolt in place of the pulley and ran the pump with a chain. He'd just shut it off when he wasn't using it. Wasn't live was the only problem.

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01-02-2013 10:18:26

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 Re: Oliver 77 in reply to rrlund, 01-02-2013 09:33:13  
It must have been an option. I have a '54 77 that I bought from a fella whose Dad bought it new with no hyd. or mech. lift. Said He bought it for field work. It does have a pto on it though, so I guess I could put a unit on it.

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01-02-2013 10:36:06

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 Re: Oliver 77 in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-02-2013 10:18:26  
I bought a Super 77 one time that only had the cover. I bought a pump from the bone yard and put it in that one. I didn't have to modify anything,but if it has a mechanical lift,I guess there's something in there that has to be ground or cut off. Don't know personally,but I'm sure somebody who does will say so.

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