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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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How many 77s built

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Grandpa love

06-09-2019 19:50:59




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Tractor data doesn't tell how many 77's were built. Anyone know? Gas ,row crop.. ...or just total amount. Thanks




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Traditional Farmer

06-12-2019 04:11:56




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 Re: How many 77s built in reply to Grandpa love, 06-09-2019 19:50:59  
Has to be quite a lot there were many 77 Olivers in my area,still a lot around many of them still in use on farms.Great hay raking tractor.



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B A Star

06-10-2019 14:34:48




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 Re: How many 77s built in reply to Grandpa love, 06-09-2019 19:50:59  
  That's a good question, however there isn't an answer.   There was 40, 046 serial numbers used from 48 to 52 for the model 77, this includes Row Crop, Standard & Industrial tractors.   Beginning with 53 production the system changed, the serial numbers run in sequence regardless of model.   Thus there is no way of knowing how many were built in 53 & 54, lets say they built 100 model 77 tractors then 100 model 88 tractors, in this instance the last 77 got a number and the next tractor built is a 88, it got the next number.

  In addition serial numbers were used for other applications, like the transmissions in the 33, 35 & 40 combines have a Charles City S/N plate.   Lull lifts and road roller also used S/N plates.

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sourgum

06-10-2019 09:14:35




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 Re: How many 77s built in reply to Grandpa love, 06-09-2019 19:50:59  
Oliver went through 27,903 serial numbers in the first 5 years of 77 production.



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J. Schwiebert

06-09-2019 21:10:37




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 Re: How many 77s built in reply to Grandpa love, 06-09-2019 19:50:59  
Also remember there were 2 different systems used for serial numbers.



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