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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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01-13-2014 15:06:43

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i really dont know what a IIRC is? help me out here

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Neil Grant

01-14-2014 04:35:51

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 Re: oliver oc-18 in reply to mab570diesel, 01-13-2014 15:06:43  
If I Recall Correctly.

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01-14-2014 05:12:15

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 Re: oliver oc-18 in reply to Neil Grant, 01-14-2014 04:35:51  
niel i feel dumb now thanks for the lesson though

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01-14-2014 06:14:00

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 Re: oliver oc-18 in reply to mab570diesel, 01-14-2014 05:12:15  
It probably did not help that I got it wrong the first time by missing the first "1". How many cockshutt's do you have? I have 7 in all from a 1941 - 70 to a 1961 540 as well as 2 Studebakers - 47 Champion 4 door and a 63 Avanti. All are great fun. Just need some summer to use them all!

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01-14-2014 07:28:30

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 Re: oliver oc-18 in reply to Neil Grant, 01-14-2014 06:14:00  
i have 4 in all with quite a few implements 570 super 570 with super engine bought new 550 gas bought new and 550 gas used to have 2 540 traded one for 1365 oliver and one was a parts tractor been good tractors bad front ends though broke 2 narrow fronts and a adjustable have a standard on the 570 now havent heard of them breaking probably the least desireable but i still use them so best for that have two 290 5 bottom 1 4 and a couple 280 3 bottom. chisel mowers etc.

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01-15-2014 06:28:59

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 Re: oliver oc-18 in reply to mab570diesel, 01-14-2014 07:28:30  
All good Hercules powered stuff. I have a 35L and a 550 with the Hercules also. Had a 570 super since 1978, but sold it last year. Health issues pretty much dictate collecting gas tractors as there are less fumes from them. If you had a 2150 Oliver or a 2-155 White you would have all the Hercules series.
Have a good one.

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