Posted by D G Wells on December 31, 2012 at 19:57:59 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: Winter progress posted by OliverNate on December 31, 2012 at 15:53:56:
WOW, Oliver! I thought I was the only one working on an Oliver 99. Yours looks almost identical to mine, however you are much further along than I am. Just got the engine out of mine and started cleaning the frame. Have replaced the rear axle bearings, installed seals instead of the felts, and put o-rings around the axles. Tranny looks pretty good but I need to replace the bearing at the big belt pulley. Will start on the engine when the weather warms. Yours is looking great and I know you are ready to get it all done. Normally I am on the Case forum but decided to look tonight on the Oliver forum because I would like to find a starter ring for my 1939 Oliver 99. Can You help in that area? Oh yes, Happy New Year.---Derrol in Texas---
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