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Oliver plow

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4520bw

01-09-2021 10:57:29




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Got my plow home today

U am guessing theses are Oliver type hook ups?




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ztrmower

01-15-2021 09:33:30




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
spent many hours pulling a unit like that it was behind 2150mfwd oliver. in the later years thou it would not do the newer variety corn stalks thou it just became dump rake. wish i had the plow and tractor back thou just for the memories. chisel plows started coming into play in that later time also. i still have the last new unit dad bought 1850 oliver, am looking for 2150mfwd and 550 units



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Drew

01-14-2021 10:14:32




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
What plow? LOL All I see is a NICE looking truck!! At least around Missouri anyway, you don't see the OBS Fords without wheel well rust and the cab corners starting to rust out.



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4520bw

01-14-2021 15:46:17




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to Drew, 01-14-2021 10:14:32  
That truck has made several trips to Missouri. A couple to Sikeston for parts and throwed rolls and several to Osage beach to fish. Most of the time it sets in the garage,covered.



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DeltaSteve

01-12-2021 07:00:43




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Owned a couple of Oliver rollovers. Fine plows.Ranks right up there with an IH plow.



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svcummins

01-12-2021 02:11:37




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Hear everyone say they are the finest plow there is . Sure looks like a nice one .



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4520bw

01-12-2021 12:38:26




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to svcummins, 01-12-2021 02:11:37  
I still have a deere 4-16 full mounted plow and it does a great job just needed a semi mount bigger plow. I had a 5-18 model 2500 deere plow and that thing pulled hard but it would bury the trash.



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tomstractorsandtoys

01-11-2021 05:59:15




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Nice plow. When I started farming I had a 5 bottom 14 inch 565 Oliver plow with cushion trips on my 4010. Was a nice outfit. Tom



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rrlund

01-10-2021 06:16:54




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
That guide to get the claws in to the balls are a nice addition! I've never seen those before. I usually have to use a broom handle to guide mine in.



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4520bw

01-10-2021 06:19:46




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to rrlund, 01-10-2021 06:16:54  
If u want them they are yous..send me an e mail.



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rrlund

01-10-2021 08:20:36




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-10-2021 06:19:46  
Let me know if you get the email.



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4520bw

01-10-2021 09:13:47




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to rrlund, 01-10-2021 08:20:36  
It will be in the morning, I left my laptop at work this morning and can't log into my account of my phone


Are theses tips for olivers?



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super99

01-12-2021 04:35:24




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-10-2021 09:13:47  
Yes, not sure on the years, but I know they were used on the 1800 series tractors. Aeroquip brand.



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rrlund

01-10-2021 09:38:13




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-10-2021 09:13:47  
Not so far as I know. Most have Pioneer. There was some other odd thing on the old Fleetlines and what not, but that wasn't it.



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4520bw

01-11-2021 04:33:20




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to rrlund, 01-10-2021 09:38:13  
I sent you an e mail let me know if you get it.



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rrlund

01-11-2021 08:41:41




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-11-2021 04:33:20  
Got it. I sent one back. Thanks!



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Centerplate

01-09-2021 16:40:42




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Some Olivers used an electric control to lift and drop the implement. You could also set the depth on the go from the tractor seat.

What are you going to hook that plow to?



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4520bw

01-09-2021 17:21:10




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to Centerplate, 01-09-2021 16:40:42  



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4520bw

01-09-2021 16:58:04




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to Centerplate, 01-09-2021 16:40:42  
Was hoping to put it on my 4520 if the lift arms will hook if not probably the 4250.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-09-2021 14:22:29




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Nice plow! we had a 1850 fwa and a 2150 I think it was for a few years both had the claw 3pt arms that took that ball,, never seen a implement built for them thats pretty dang neat to see, I think you had to latch the ball in manually after hooking on,, but its been a a number of decades since I used one,, I have a White 548 also have a CASE/White model 400 plow, we sold a lot of them new good plows

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4520bw

01-09-2021 16:04:04




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-09-2021 14:22:29  
The balls and guides come off and live a cat 2 pin. I don't have an Oliver tractor so maybe someone on here can use them. The plow needs a few parts, do you know wheres a good place to get them? Also there is wires with a 3 pin connector thT goes to the luft cylinder, any ideas whats thats for? I know nothing about olivers!



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Bob Bancroft

01-09-2021 16:43:27




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 16:04:04  
Oliver had an electric depth stop, adjustable from the seat, on the go, which was kind of neat. There was a button on the front of the remote lever. Hold the button down, and an electromagnet in the cylinder would grab onto the little plate on the cylinder rod, and then you could move the plate wherever you wanted it. Release the button, and that's where the plate stayed. {It had a little friction on the rod]. Then, when the end of the cylinder contacted the plate, it would cancel the remote lever.

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Case30Deutz06

01-09-2021 12:29:20




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to 4520bw, 01-09-2021 10:57:29  
Nice plow. I have a few different Oliver plows. I am pretty sure my 6 bottom (shown in the pictures) is also a model 566. Oliver made excellent plows.

Yes some Oliver tractors had 3 points with "claws" to hold the 3pt ball. I am not an Oliver tractor expert but I have seen them. With that system you could back up to the plow, raise the 3pt, and drive away. We have one Deutz that has the Walterscheid claw ends that are a very similar. They are now standard on most larger tractors it seems, especially if they are of European descent. We love them. We have a discbine that hooks to lower links of 3 pt. We leave the balls on the discbine all the time, but just back up the tractor to the discbine and pick up 3 pt and drive away (well still have to hook up the pto and hydraulics). On your plow, those are guides to help get the arms in the right position in under the "claw" on the 3 pt arm.

Looks like some wear on your shins and cover boards. We always remove the cover boards and coulters. Without them cornstalks go right through the plow, and if it does plug it will fall out on its own just by picking up the plow. When I plow I want to plow, not spend all day unplugging a plow.

You have a nice hauling rig too!

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4520bw

01-09-2021 12:49:26




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 Re: Oliver plow in reply to Case30Deutz06, 01-09-2021 12:29:20  
I got it real cheap so I can put plenty of parts in it. Needs new landslides too.



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