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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1550 decals

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Chief 83

01-10-2014 18:17:16

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I am slowing working on the 1550 I recently purchased. There were no decals left on the side plates and a previous owner had used a felt pen and written "1550 Oliver" on it. Nice work--yeah right!

Anyway I sandblasted the panels and have them repainted the correct color. Have new Dumont decals and am about ready to put them on. The panels are tapered and so is the "1550" portion of the decal. It appears that this part should start very near the end of the plate. The "OLIVER" part could be spaced several inches from the 1550 part and still be a ways away from the other end of the plate. Where do you start and how much space beteen the 1550 and O for Oliver?

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Chief 83

01-11-2014 19:11:20

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  
Decals are from Dumont. Always good quality. The pictures really help. As soon as the paint cureson they go. The decals are 3 separate pieces. The 1550 part, the Oliver part, and the little orange end piece. Thanks all for the help. I will need more soon!

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01-11-2014 17:17:43

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  
I bet it would be hard just to figure out how to back up a wheeled implement that way!

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Chief 83

01-11-2014 12:00:46

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  
Thanks for the pictures that helps a lot! I will look in the small bag with the various other decals and see if there are any of the small orange ones that you have following the OLIVER letters.

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01-11-2014 12:59:30

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-11-2014 12:00:46  
All of that should be complete on one strip if you got them from Lyle. Look real close.

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01-11-2014 07:17:49

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  
Those decals peal off from both sides. There's no film left when you're done. You peal the back off,place them,then pull the top facing off. What stays is only the size of what's actually printed and nothing more.

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01-11-2014 00:11:41

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  
You have both left side and right side i think .picture is upside down and i thought only i could do that

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Joe Eyster

01-10-2014 19:53:39

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Chief 83, 01-10-2014 18:17:16  

Here is a photo of my 1650 decals hope this helps. I could do some measuring tomorrow if you want me to.

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Super 55

01-11-2014 10:45:51

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Joe Eyster, 01-10-2014 19:53:39  

Didn't want the fluids to run out.

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Joe Eyster

01-11-2014 12:43:22

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 Re: 1550 decals in reply to Super 55, 01-11-2014 10:45:51  
Thanks. The tractor uses a lot of fuel that way.

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