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Pulling with an Oliver 770

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Scott Green

07-21-2001 17:05:27

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I have a stock Oliver "770" tractor with power booster drive , which I'm not going to use as a pulling tractor. But I did drive it down to a local pull last week. With cast iron weights and calcium loaded tires , the 770 weighed in at 8,450 pounds. I never did pull with it , because I had to leave early. I've never seen an Oliver "770" tractor pull in competition. How do you experienced pullers think the "770" would have done? Could you give me any pro's or con's. My "770" has a very good strong engine. One more thing. Another person told me that I might not be able to pull a tractor with a front end loader on it. Is this true?

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07-22-2001 14:38:58

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 Re: Pulling with an Oliver 770 in reply to Scott Green, 07-21-2001 17:05:27  
I pull a 770 it's set up for 6000 6500 7000 8000 and open class it ends up in the top five it's a good puller lose the loader and get a nerrow frount end


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07-21-2001 18:50:30

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 Re: Pulling with an Oliver 770 in reply to Scott Green, 07-21-2001 17:05:27  
I've seen some strange weight set up but I don't think a front end loader will work . but I would try and have a sand pile handy to load the bucket for the next class.

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