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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: 88 with cummins 5.9?

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jasinpa

02-21-2014 20:09:02
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i dont think it will fit that frame , beside that 6B cummins is alot heaver engine, a good 1000 lbs if i remember right, about twice the waulksha, so will that front end take the wieght or frame, for that matter will the trans take it , 100+ HP in a tractor built for 50 , but anything is possible with the right amount of cash , i noticed there are 3 olivers here in central PA for sale on Harrisburg craigs list that already have cummins engines installed 2 - 1755 & i think other is an 1850 wants 6K each , good deal considering everyone on here claims youll get over 5k in a repower

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dboll

02-22-2014 06:10:45
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 Re: 88 with cummins 5.9? in reply to jasinpa, 02-21-2014 20:09:02  
If an M Farmal trans will stand up to a 5.9 an 88 surely should for pulling. I guess if I had a 5.9 laying around I would put it into something else like the 64 F250 Ford I have.



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formenwhogrow

02-24-2014 08:40:22
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 Re: 88 with cummins 5.9? in reply to dboll, 02-22-2014 06:10:45  
Now you're talkin'.



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Bryce

02-23-2014 06:00:31
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 Re: 88 with cummins 5.9? in reply to dboll, 02-22-2014 06:10:45  
Ive got one laying around,its going in a41 mack.



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dboll

02-23-2014 06:57:45
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 Re: 88 with cummins 5.9? in reply to Bryce, 02-23-2014 06:00:31  
I'm never lucky enough to find them before they are sold. We thought about putting a 354 Perkins in it. Are you guys going to Sigourney? I'm not sure yet, I think the guy I usually go with in his truck is full. It's over 400 miles from here so fuel won't be cheap if I take my Dodge. Waiting to see what the weather does if it's going to stay cold like they are talking that will affect my decision also.

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