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Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade?

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01-18-2013 05:05:13

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cody, are you fixing up claytons old 70? he kicked alot of azz with that machine. always wondered what happened to it. i thought that 70, and Born of the Spirit super 66 would have been an awesome face off at a pull.

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01-18-2013 05:06:46

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to ss409, 01-18-2013 05:05:13  
also, would the continental from a 101 massey be the same block?

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01-18-2013 08:28:59

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to ss409, 01-18-2013 05:06:46  
Not even close! The Oliver/Continental is 201 cubic inch OHV engine. The Massey 101 Continental is a 226 cubic inch flathead.

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01-18-2013 06:34:58

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to ss409, 01-18-2013 05:06:46  
Yeah, I've got clayton's old 70. I've updated some stuff on it and looking or a stronger block to put all these goodies in......

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01-18-2013 08:42:12

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to Cody, 01-18-2013 06:34:58  
he sure had a good time with it yrs ago. lol.

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01-21-2013 20:41:13

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to ss409, 01-18-2013 08:42:12  
Now that we have established where the tractor came from, can anyone answer my question???

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01-23-2013 14:04:35

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 Re: 70 Oliver Block- Upgrade? in reply to Cody, 01-21-2013 20:41:13  
if this has the original 70 block in it, it is a continetel GS6202 or DS6202 engine if i remember right , back when i worked for a cont. engine dealer , they where only used in oliver 70 tractors to the best of my knowledge , thats why if you look in a parts book there only listed as an oliver engine , so unless you can find equipment with one of those engines in it youll need to find one out of a 70, theres plenty of them out there but beware they are known to crack on the left side water jackets , normally visable from the outside , if its not original engine but is cont. there should be a model number on it somewhere to determon what you got and go from there

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