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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Need Information on good Oliver mechanic

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jkreisler

11-30-2019 21:18:31




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Need to see if there are any good Oliver mechanics located in or close to central Missouri. Need to put a clutch in a 1600 and probably need to replace PTO drive disc replace chain and sprockets. Don't have the equipment to break one in half.

Thanks in advance for any names or places that can get this done.




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Gary Mitchell

12-02-2019 09:08:27




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  

Trenary Implement Company
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239 S Highway 7, Clinton (660) 477-3311



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Traditional Farmer

12-02-2019 03:44:28




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
I found a very good mechanic by advertising for one on Craigslist.He works at a dealership and does part time work on his own,I'm not in a rush to get most tractors back so it works good for both of us.He does very good work and is very reasonable on prices.He's has the 5th tractor of mine over at his shop now.With CL you have to go thru the Wannabes, figured since he worked at a dealership he should be OK,its actually saved me a lot of money I needed an old style head for an Oliver 1650 diesel he worked with a guy that sold me one for $150 in good condition expected to pay a lot more.

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old

12-01-2019 19:57:47




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Central MO as in where?? I have been known to tackle such things but I also have a shop set up to split a tractor into many big parts. I'm at the Lake of the Ozaks



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jkreisler

12-03-2019 18:54:35




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to old, 12-01-2019 19:57:47  
Thanks for the info, I live in Rolla/Vichy area



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Olliejunkie

12-01-2019 19:53:38




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
I dont know any guys out there. Might look on the member map. Any half way decent mechanic should be able to do it. Main. Thing most people dont know about is pulling the pto shaft.



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jkreisler

12-01-2019 17:39:51




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Thanks everyone for your replies, have some medical issues at this time and would be hard for me tackle this job at this time.
20 years ago probably wouldn't have been a problem. had hoped on finding someone close that had experience with Olivers to do the job.



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super99

12-01-2019 17:07:42




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
You do not have to split an Oliver. Pay attention to RRLund. Buy an I&T shop manual. Take the cover loose on the PTO and pull the long shaft and you are ready to work on the PTO clutch. Take hood, gas tank and radiator off and lift motor/hydra power out together and split it on the floor. Make sure you get motor bolts and shims back in the original places. Easy peasy Chris



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rrlund

12-01-2019 14:40:09




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Picture didn't want to load,let's try again.




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rrlund

12-01-2019 07:31:30




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Take off the PTO cast cover,remove three bolts behind the clutch pack and pull the shaft all the way out. Remove the radiator,take the connecting link out of the chain coupler,take out the four motor mount bolts and lift the engine and hydra power out. That's all there is to it.



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Mike(NEOhio)

12-01-2019 06:10:30




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Drive disc?? You mean the clutch disks or the PTO spline coupling at the flywheel? PTO clutch is easy, drive coupling will be there with the clutch job.



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Olliejunkie

11-30-2019 22:07:43




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to jkreisler, 11-30-2019 21:18:31  
Dont need to split it. Does it have a hydra power?



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ziffel

12-01-2019 04:28:35




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 Re: Need Information on good Oliver mechanic in reply to Olliejunkie, 11-30-2019 22:07:43  
If it has a hydra power you pull the engine and hydropower as a unit, separate, and replace clutch components, and reinstall. BUT first pull PTO shaft. If it does not have a hydropower the clutch can be serviced without removing engine. BUT you still need to remove PTO shaft.



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