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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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larry duda

03-21-2014 18:50:29

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What was the model #"s of the Oliver 5-6 bottom 16" plows after the 565-566 plows that were painted green, before they started painting them red and calling them Whites?

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Jim CIn.

03-23-2014 19:04:26

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
Bought new #548 5/16,s in 1975 painted green.

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03-24-2014 20:29:40

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 Re: plows in reply to Jim CIn., 03-23-2014 19:04:26  
I've got a factory painted red 5-16 548 that has a green coat under it. Apparently they decided to change color on some of the old stock before it was shipped. Thought it was also a "75 but could be wrong. Great plow but always wanted to try a 588 and see how much better it could handle trash.

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B A Star

03-22-2014 20:58:06

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
   The Full Line catalogs give us a clue.  The 1974 catalog shows the 508, 548 & 588 plows are painted green.  In the 1975 catalog the paint gun changed to red, all shown red.

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oliver fan

03-22-2014 08:51:30

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
The first green plows after the ones you listed were the 568 and the 575 series.

The 575 was a hydraulic reset plow. The model 568 was a heavy duty series available in cushion trip OR hydraulic reset.

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blane b

03-22-2014 15:28:22

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 Re: plows in reply to oliver fan, 03-22-2014 08:51:30  
My 575 is a standard shear bolt plow.

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Jon Bottum

03-22-2014 08:14:20

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
The 546 would have been the first, then came the 508 and 548. The 588 came later, but I don't remember any green ones.

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03-22-2014 17:32:23

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 Re: plows in reply to Jon Bottum, 03-22-2014 08:14:20  
a neighbor had a green 4 bottom 588 without auto reset

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03-22-2014 07:54:26

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
We've got a 546 4 bottom plow. As has been said, the 548 was another one, and I think there was one more model in the same series, just like when they had the 565 model. (we've got a 4 bottom back bone as a 3 bottom 565 as well)

The 546 that we have also has a few red frame members on it from a 508 out of the junk yard,

Donovan from Wisconsin

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J. S.

03-22-2014 05:02:32

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
There is also a 546 & a 548 plow that were green.I think I have a copy of that plow literature.

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Alan K

03-22-2014 16:18:45

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 Re: plows in reply to J. S., 03-22-2014 05:02:32  
Ive got a 546 4 bottom but it is from 1972 I believe.

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03-21-2014 19:30:08

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 Re: plows in reply to larry duda, 03-21-2014 18:50:29  
508 White it think, But not sure. Bandit

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