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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts

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Kerwin

12-06-2017 12:50:01




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The wear parts (shins, shares, moldboards) on the Oliver 546 plow that I recently purchased are in decent shape and usable as is. However, I'm wondering what the future availability looks like for Oliver/White plow parts? When was the last new moldboard plow made that uses these bottoms?

I ran into this problem with my previous IH plow that used the older Plow Chief bottoms. Fortunately I was able to get wear parts right before they were discontinued. I don't want to run into an availability issue for Oliver/White parts if I put off getting wear parts now.

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larry duda

12-06-2017 16:00:05




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to Kerwin, 12-06-2017 12:50:01  
Shoups carries all the parts for the Oliver plows. They are made by Wise. I have had pretty good luck with there plow parts.



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IanC

12-06-2017 14:21:42




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to Kerwin, 12-06-2017 12:50:01  
546 probably would have had 619 series bottoms. General purpose 4-1/2 mph plowing speed. Might have had 919 high speed 6-1/2 mph plowing speed. Shares and most landsides the same, moldboards are different. If yours are still OEM then the bottom series is stamped into the back side of the moldboard.



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rrlund

12-06-2017 14:10:00




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to Kerwin, 12-06-2017 12:50:01  
Most any place that sells Crescent Forge wear parts can get them and most likely will have them if they're a dealer that's worth their salt. On my 588,there are a bunch of other brands that used those same Oliver bottoms. I always take an old one with me,whatever part I'm looking for. If the Oliver bin happens to be empty,I start matching them up. Case,Ford,I'm wracking my brain right now to remember another one,but it's a newer company like Knvernland or something. Maybe that's not it,seems like it started with an M,but I'm having a brain fart.

Bottom line,I wouldn't worry about availability in the least.

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carolina oliver

12-06-2017 17:36:41




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to rrlund, 12-06-2017 14:10:00  
Kvernland (sp) is a company from Netherlands,, bought by Kubota.. Not likely they cross to anything US made.. same w/ Kuhn, whose plows are built in France and maybe Brazil. They are about only companies still building moldboard plows



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rrlund

12-07-2017 04:46:34




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to carolina oliver, 12-06-2017 17:36:41  
Melro,that's what I was thinking of. It just popped in to my head. 5 bolt 18 inch Oliver points are the same. Whew,the old brain sure works slow some days. lol



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KenL

12-06-2017 13:22:02




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 Re: Future for Oliver Plow Wear Parts in reply to Kerwin, 12-06-2017 12:50:01  
Contact Steve at ploworx.com. He will have those parts



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