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Oliver Guy Looking @ a D10

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Rich

10-13-2002 18:07:18




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Most of my experience has been with Olivers, but I am thinking about a D10 with a 7 foot belly mower, and I have a couple of questions. 1) Will a D10 run a 7 foot belly mower, or is it more likely that is has a 6 foot and somebody made a mistake in the ad? 2) I am not sure how the D10 PTO clutch works, is it independent like an Oliver 77, or is it a 2 stage clutch like a Ford, or some other arrangement?
Thanks for the help!

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Duey (IA)

10-13-2002 18:40:45




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 Re: Oliver Guy Looking @ a D10 in reply to Rich, 10-13-2002 18:07:18  
Rich, The belly "finish" mowers are usually 5' or 6'. It may be a side mount 7' sickle mower. Duey



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Mike R. in N.C.

10-13-2002 18:52:57




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 Re: Re: Oliver Guy Looking @ a D10 in reply to Duey (IA), 10-13-2002 18:40:45  
To answer your power question, it will depend on what engine it has, the early model prior to sn 3500 have 138.7 cu in and were rated at 28.51 pto hp and 3501 and up have 149 cu in and were 33.46 pto hp so it has plenty of power to run a 7 foot mower in a yard short of a hayfield. Tho pto depends on the sn break also , later ones have an independent pto and the early ones don't.hyd's are alot different, later have nicer. I have two one original shed condition and the other I'm bringing back from the dead and I built it with an oversize kit that makes it 152 cu in and I haven't worked it yet but I like the sound... if you'll post the sn that is on the torque tube where it meets the engine on the left side as you sit in the seat we can pin it down better. hth Mike

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