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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Rich Iowa

08-05-2014 10:19:31
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Maybe I'm wrong but didn't WFE continue selling the 550 with differant sheet metal and model number, like a White 2-XX? I don't mean the import utility tractors. Though I don't have a lot of extra money right now I'm keeping my eyes open for a super 55, 550, or a White model (if it exists) because I've wanted one for a few years and if I'm lucky I may stumble upon something I can afford.




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chucksoliver77

08-06-2014 18:38:33
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to Rich Iowa, 08-05-2014 10:19:31  
Rich, There is a 2-44 in the photo adds now. It's in NY.



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CAS

08-05-2014 14:56:13
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to Rich Iowa, 08-05-2014 10:19:31  
Nice little utility tractor. I would look more for condition than age. Super 55s a close cousin do not seem to be any cheaper when you compare condition of both.
One nice feature on one I have is power steering. The other thing I would look for valve for a remote cylinder. That thing is getting expensive.



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Rich Iowa

08-05-2014 19:24:39
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to CAS, 08-05-2014 14:56:13  
I had the opportunity to run a 550 a little when I bought my brush mower since that's what it was hooked up to, I found out why people love those little tractors and added it to my wish list. I would certainly go for good condition over age any day. When looking, where exactly on the tractor would the valve be located for the remote, or is it internal?



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B A Star

08-05-2014 12:36:07
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to Rich Iowa, 08-05-2014 10:19:31  
   The last version of the 550 was built as the 2-44 (two wheel drive, Forty four flywheel engine horsepower).  The last of them were 2-44-FL forklifts built in April of 1975.

   Cliff Kelly whom was an electrician in the plant said that they continued to build the 2-44 after the Fiat line was added until the management finally sent him a work order to remove all the power lines to the manufacturing equipment.

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Rich Iowa

08-05-2014 19:29:58
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to B A Star, 08-05-2014 12:36:07  
That's some neat information, thanks for sharing. My dad had a friend from the Army that is from the Charles City area, still farms up there too. He worked at the plant for a while, not sure if it was before or after his days in the Army and Vietnam.



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Gordey

08-05-2014 10:29:19
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to Rich Iowa, 08-05-2014 10:19:31  
A 550 is a 2-44



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Rich Iowa

08-05-2014 12:01:07
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 Re: Super 55, 550, ...... in reply to Gordey, 08-05-2014 10:29:19  
Thank you for the help.



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