Posted by J. Schwiebert on May 15, 2013 at 18:34:15 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Oliver 1800 posted by IKES on May 15, 2013 at 18:24:49:
The 1800 tractor were built in 3 series called A, B & C. The B & C series have a 283 cubic inch gas engine and will do the 74 horsepower. The C series have better power steering and better hydraulics. The A series was made from 1960 through part of 1962. It had a 265 cubic inch gas engine and will do a little less than 70 Horsepower. The A series has a spin on oil filter behind the distributor. The B & C series have the oil filter ahead of the distributor and it is not spin on unless someone converted it. On the C series the steering wheel tilts and the throttle is on the side instead of below the steering wheel. That should help you identify the difference in the 3 series.
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