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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum

Oliver oc 3 questions

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01-10-2019 10:29:26

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Just wondering about an Oliver oc 3 crawler tractor with dozer blade and pto. The crawler has a mag. Supposedly the last time it ran was in September on starting fluid and before that was god knows when. At the moment the starter is of the tractor. The wiring is junk and the belt pulley is gone. How hard would it be to pull start the tractor and run it for a minute (probably should just stick a bar into the flywheel and turn it over by hand first?)? Have no clue about a wiring diagram. If the starter was to come back, would the tractor run on 12 volts? For fuel tank, I have a one gallon snowblower tank.

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01-11-2019 14:49:16

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 Re: Oliver oc 3 questions in reply to mikewood869, 01-10-2019 10:29:26  
put it in 3rd gear and give it a yank . done it many a time .

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01-10-2019 12:16:38

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 Re: Oliver oc 3 questions in reply to mikewood869, 01-10-2019 10:29:26  
With a mag,you don't need a battery to start it. A mag makes it's own electricity. A 12 volt to turn the starter won't hurt a thing. I'd unhook the wires to the generator and regulator before I tried it is all.

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01-10-2019 10:31:26

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 Re: Oliver oc 3 questions in reply to mikewood869, 01-10-2019 10:29:26  
Sorry I meant the pulley on the motor was taken off, not the belt pulley.

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01-10-2019 19:13:35

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 Re: Oliver oc 3 questions in reply to mikewood869, 01-10-2019 10:31:26  
Some had a water pump, some were thermo-
siphon cooling. Probably not the best to run either for too long without the fan or water pump turning.


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