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'67 1550 Diesel

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Edward Gottwald

02-05-2001 19:05:03
204.73.102.84



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Have a '67 1550 without Hydra Power Drive. Is this factory or did someone remove it?




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Sam M.

02-08-2001 07:46:08
64.183.119.113



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 Re: '67 1550 Diesel in reply to Edward Gottwald, 02-05-2001 19:05:03  
On my 1850 and on a 1650 owned by a friend there is an oil cooler mounted on top of the hydradrive . The later 55 series had the cooler mounted at the front of the tractor in front of the radiator . In the 50 series , rubber hose appears to bring water from the radiator to this cooler to cool the fluid from the hydradrive . You might look for plugged water lines from your radiator as an indication that your 1550 originally had a hydradrive .

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larry Wolfe

02-06-2001 09:43:09
209.244.209.33



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 Re: '67 1550 Diesel in reply to Edward Gottwald, 02-05-2001 19:05:03  
the ones that came without will have paint on all the parts,And the bell housing won't have a bolt ring on the small end.



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Wrenchbender

02-06-2001 08:50:11
209.240.220.226



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 Re: '67 1550 Diesel in reply to Edward Gottwald, 02-05-2001 19:05:03  
Not having the Hydra-Power would be the exception and not the rule. I guess some guys must not of trusted that it was a reliable unit. I went to an auction one time that had an 1800 & 1850 and neither one had a Hydra-Power.



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Jake in NY

02-05-2001 20:39:17
209.23.9.211



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 Re: '67 1550 Diesel in reply to Edward Gottwald, 02-05-2001 19:05:03  
Our '67 1650 came without the Hydra Power Drive also. I think most were made with it, but there are some without.

Jake



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