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Oliver 1655 diesel

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08-18-2001 19:44:07

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I want to change oil on my 1655 i just purchased.
How much oil do these hold? Also knowing nothing about tractors,do you check the trans.fluid under
the steering column on floor & does the trans. & hyd. fluid filled in same spot? I found a cap on floor it opens to trans. but no dipstick on it.
I found model & serial #'s, can anyone tell me anything about this or is there more #'s i need to find? Model# 565-22012 Ser.# 220-036-490 Thank's in advance to all Alvin

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Big Jim

08-24-2001 20:13:57

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 Re: oliver 1655 diesel in reply to Alvin, 08-18-2001 19:44:07  
Sorry I'm kind of late answering this, but here goes. Engine oil takes 9 quarts(with the filter). I usually use either 15-40 Rotella T or straight SAE 30 weight oil. Other than the engine, there are three other places for oil. The three speed takes about 4 quarts of Dextron II or Dextron III ATF. I would also recommend changing the spin on filter. The transmission/ rear end fluid has a filler cap located right on the deck of tractor between your feet if you sitting on the seat. There is no dipstick because there is a check plug on the side of the tractor. You just keep adding 80-90W oil until it comes out the fill plug. There is a spin on filter for the transmission/rear end located underneath the platform near the rear axle on the left side of the tractor. Its kind of a bugger to get at. The hydraulic reservoir is what your sitting on. Just in front of the seat there will be a cap with a dipstick. If the reservoir was empty it would take 5 gallons of hydraulic oil to fill it. The filter for the hydraulic reservoir is right at the front of the reservoir. It is like a big acorn shaped deal with a large nut on the end. Just take a big cresent wrench and unscrew it, the filter is inside. Sorry for being so long winded. Hope this helps.

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08-26-2001 07:40:03

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 Re: Re: oliver 1655 diesel in reply to Big Jim, 08-24-2001 20:13:57  
Big Jim,thank you!I changed oil last weekend & used rotella t 15w-40,but wouldn't you know the copper washer on top of oil canister was shot so had to get new one.This tractor hasn't been used for some time so yes i plan on changing all fluids
and filters.It's good to find out what fluid goes where because i didn't really know. Other's have gave me useful info also,thank's again, Alvin

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08-19-2001 06:37:06

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 Re: oliver 1655 diesel in reply to Alvin, 08-18-2001 19:44:07  
According to the serial number listing in the book "Oliver Hart-Parr" by C.H. Wendel, your tractor is a 1969 (S/N 218025 - 220399)

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08-19-2001 05:28:16

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 Re: oliver 1655 diesel in reply to Alvin, 08-18-2001 19:44:07  
There are seperate fluids and filters for the hydrolic,rear end,three speed,and engine.It could be a 69 or 70 year.

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08-19-2001 03:43:45

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 Re: oliver 1655 diesel in reply to Alvin, 08-18-2001 19:44:07  
There are lots of lubricants and filters for you to replace, and procedures to follow when doing so. Buy a set of manuals from "Marketplace" at the left; you'll find them very valuable.

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