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Re: Oliver Super 55 (pics)

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04-20-2013 21:00:58

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I feel your pain,I just finished one for a customer and I had never had one apart or repaired one before , and with that knowledge ..I would NEVER own one , a very light duty poorly designed transmission, its the only transmission that I have ever seen with Torrington needle bearings .

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J. Schwiebert

04-21-2013 04:53:43

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 (pics) in reply to el6147, 04-20-2013 21:00:58  
I helped a man with a 1955 model last week. Very little wrong with it, mostly leaking oil seals. When I worked for a dealer we had very few problems with them.

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04-21-2013 01:28:54

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 (pics) in reply to el6147, 04-20-2013 21:00:58  
Tell us more. There doesn't seem to be a great deal of problems come up on the forum with these boxes.

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04-21-2013 09:59:08

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 (pics) in reply to oliver90owner, 04-21-2013 01:28:54  
In my opinion they are just a light duty pto and transmission and clearly will not take much abuse , they are fine for light duty work and a handy tractor none the less ,and on a side not I own several oliver's this just wouldn't be one that I would own . I have been in many different color tractors in my 35 years of service and my first choice for a utility tractor would be and " IS " a MF 35 or a later model of the same tractor they are a simple and a tough tractor , next in line maybe a 600 - 800 series ford. but I prefer the MF for the HI - LOW transmission.

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Dick W.

04-23-2013 20:05:55

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 (pics) in reply to el6147, 04-21-2013 09:59:08  
When did MF and Ford come with a real independent PTO?

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