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

Oliver rake

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07-02-2019 09:57:41

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Been brush hogging this property for a guy several years now.Ask the guy about this Oliver rake a few years ago and he said belonged to his father in law and not for sale.He said rake was parked there about 15 years ago.I took these pictures a couple days ago...so rake has been sitting there probably twenty years.There's other farm equipment sitting on this property as well.Like the four bottom semi mount Deere plow with a tree growing through the middle of it.

There is a couple of 1950s sedan deliveries hidden in the berry bushes behind the dodge powerwagon.

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Donald Lehman

07-12-2019 07:48:31

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 Re: Oliver rake in reply to pms, 07-02-2019 09:57:41  
We had one. Very good rake. Let it go during my fathers estate settlement. Regret letting it go.

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07-06-2019 06:40:19

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 Re: Oliver rake in reply to pms, 07-02-2019 09:57:41  
Best built bar rake ever built.simple no sliding shaft just ratchets in wheels and chain driving a heavy jaw clutch.i always removed the drive chain when pulling it down the road

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07-02-2019 16:45:26

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 Re: Oliver rake in reply to pms, 07-02-2019 09:57:41  
used one for years growing up dad bought it new think it was 207

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