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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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02-10-2020 10:21:52




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I am building a weight box to hook up to the 3 point on my 1650. I want to run a solid rod thru the center of the box and then fill with concrete. Should I use a 1 solid rod?




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ziffel

02-10-2020 12:12:27




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 Re: Oliver 1650 in reply to relink, 02-10-2020 10:21:52  
That tractor should have a 1 1/8 inch diameter category 3 lift system.



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ziffel

02-10-2020 12:15:59




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 Re: Oliver 1650 in reply to ziffel, 02-10-2020 12:12:27  
Also any weight you add to the tractor "above" the axles has to be carried by the axles and bearings. But weight added to the wheels such as fluid, wheel weights etc is carried by the wheels. Easier on the tractor.



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02-10-2020 12:31:24




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 Re: Oliver 1650 in reply to ziffel, 02-10-2020 12:15:59  
Thank you for the info on the pin size. Much appreciated! I thought about loading the tires but I only need the extra weight 5% of the time. This way I can work in the yard with the tractor without the extra weight and not rut my yard up.



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