Re: 1800 chopping corn in reply to rrlund, 10-18-2013 06:50:10
I had a bigger tractor on the chopper but it broke down so I stuck the 1800 on it to keep moving. Slow going for sure! First gear with the hydropower pulled out for most of it but she got the snot worked out of her and just kept ticking them off. Gotta love four digit Olivers.
Re: 1800 chopping corn in reply to 4010 puller, 10-18-2013 20:09:15
I sent you a reply but it never went through. Cliff notes is 10 gallons of gas chopped 7 big loads so somewhere around 1.5 gal per load. I've heard horror story's about 3020 and 4020 gas tractors and it wasn't near as bad.
Re: 1800 chopping corn in reply to OliverNate, 10-18-2013 18:13:26
I sent you a reply also but didn't go through. Here goes again. Yes a c, 1964. That six cylender sure sounds nice. I bought a allis chalmers 7000 a few months ago and was going to use that but had some problems with it. Nice pics on your post, thanks.
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