I've never owned an Oliver, so I don't know how they're supposed to work. He says you have to keep messing with the lever just to get it to move - does this make sense? Can I remove the Hi/Lo myself? I consider myself a fair JD mechanic with all the tools I will need, unless it requires a specility tool. Many thanks for your reply!!!
Re: Oliver 770 in reply to Larry NEIL, 02-12-2013 10:26:51
Larry NEIL said: (quoted from post at 23:26:51 02/12/13) I use two 770's in my hay operation for tedding/raking and the '58 has the hi/lo and I love it. Personally, I'd fix it.
Larry, I agree with you, I think that they are great for that type of work and the shift from high to low and back is nice and smooth. Chuck This post was edited by chucksoliver77 at 17:41:00 02/12/13.
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