Topic: Re: Oliver 1850 Remotes
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I did what the first reply said, covered the fitting with a rag, stuck a blunt object in there, tapped it with a hammer, bled off the pressure, then hooked up my 2 cylinders and both sets of remotes functioned just fine.... shut the tractor off, worked the remotes back and forth, disconnected, and then took her for another test drive and plugged them in, problem solved, one more step, a lil more wear on the starter but if thats how it has to be it is what it is..... i had a ford 5000 that was somewhat a pain in the behind in similar manners.... im seriously thinking about doing what one of the other suggestions where and spending the 159 a piece and buying the "old man couplers"....... im only 30 but after allot of cussing in the shop, a couple excess beers drank, and putting out allot of dry sweep, I think they will pay off in the long run...... especially if someone borrows it, it will save me the headache of "the phone call"
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