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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Correct 70 gauges

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Gambles

06-09-2019 12:03:44




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I've got a 1938 Oliver 70 (serial number 2226XX) that needs new gauges. The temp gauge doesn't work at all, the amp gauge is unreadable and the oil pressure gauge is pegged any time the engine is running. As you can see two are yellow and one is white. What would the factory correct color be and who's got some better-quality gauges?

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Gambles

06-09-2019 18:53:08




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 Re: Correct 70 gauges in reply to Gambles, 06-09-2019 12:03:44  
Thanks for the replies so far. I actually just bought this yesterday. I was in the process of overhauling a different 70, but I picked this one up on an estate sale for cheap. I had the tractor trailered home part way and I drove it home the remaining 15 miles. It's been repainted at one time and is missing the decals, which I ordered today. It's not museum quality, but it's tractor show/parade quality, my reason for replacing the gauges. The 15 miles was in about 90 degree weather and it had some hard carbon getting blown out of the exhaust the final 5 miles, so it probably hasn't been worked hard for quite a few years.

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rrlund

06-09-2019 14:24:43




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 Re: Correct 70 gauges in reply to Gambles, 06-09-2019 12:03:44  
I'm thinking Evergreen Restoration has those black faced Oliver Hart Parr gauges for those don't they? My 39 still has one black faced Oliver Hart Parr gauge.



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dblair

06-09-2019 14:11:14




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 Re: Correct 70 gauges in reply to Gambles, 06-09-2019 12:03:44  
Korvesoliver.com will know .



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oliver90owner

06-09-2019 13:43:00




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 Re: Correct 70 gauges in reply to Gambles, 06-09-2019 12:03:44  
Are you sure that your oil pressure is correct? Wrong gauge? PRV not operational? No filtration?

Capillary temperature gauges can be fixed if it is just that it has leaked (ether?) from the line.



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