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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Mschwartz

02-16-2014 17:24:31
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Hello here are the pics of the 88 I purchased yesterday. Are electric over hydraulics standard on Oliver's ? Does this three point look factory? Arms are removed but I think we found most of the parts.

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IanC

02-18-2014 17:03:26
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
Type 1 hydra-lectric switches on column only. Type 2 switches on column and stubs out the side of unit to enable levers to be installed to actuate valves for cylinders without electrics. Type 3 units had the levers out the top and could be Hydra-Lectric or straight mechanical. If this is your first good (Oliver) tractor you owe it to yourself to get an operators manual.



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black

02-17-2014 12:25:46
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
My 56 super 88 diesel has the levers on top but no 3pt. only a wet line .



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Brad Metcalf

02-17-2014 07:38:26
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  

here is a pic of the 3pt with the drawbar



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ShepFL

02-17-2014 07:26:30
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
Nice rig. No idea on the 3pth.
I am looking for an 88 to finish my fleet.
Not many Olivers in my neck of the woods.



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schim

02-17-2014 06:30:08
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
When did the hydraulics change on fleetlines? Did they go to the levers on top of the unit with the supers? I thought they made the change when they went to disc brakes and vin on the dash. This one is vin on the dash but early style hydraulics...



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Brad Metcalf

02-17-2014 06:42:27
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to schim, 02-17-2014 06:30:08  
Series 3 hydraulics started with the Supers



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old

02-16-2014 19:34:25
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
Both my 1950 Oliver 77 and my 1955 S88 have the electric hyd set up but no controls for the electric



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rrlund

02-17-2014 06:57:19
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to old, 02-16-2014 19:34:25  
My first 77 had the same pump as that one and had the levers on the column like that.



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old

02-17-2014 09:27:37
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to rrlund, 02-17-2014 06:57:19  
My 77 has those levers also. The S88 has a different type of lever closer to the top of the unit



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Brad Metcalf

02-16-2014 17:36:14
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 Re: Oliver 88 pics in reply to Mschwartz, 02-16-2014 17:24:31  
That is factory 3 pt. Whats left of it



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