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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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The things I find

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rrlund

03-31-2020 09:03:38




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Just like most folks,I buy boxes and buckets full of stuff at auctions just to get one thing. I was looking for something in the lean to on the shop this morning and saw a bucket with some hoses sticking up out of it. I looked and there was 8 of those seed and fertilizer boots that go on the bottom of that Oliver 64 grain drill and about a dozen of the rubber seed tubes. A few years ago I needed a 12v saddle type voltage regulator for the Oliver 66 that I converted to a 12v generator and I found one of those new in the box.

Now if I could just stumble on to some single disc openers for that drill.

Amazing how some of this stuff isn't even recognizable until you need it. LOL

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Oliver 500 Wa

03-31-2020 12:35:32




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 Re: The things I find in reply to rrlund, 03-31-2020 09:03:38  
I usually forget I have something and go buy it. Then next time I'm looking for something completely different, stumble onto the stuff I already had.



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rrlund

03-31-2020 12:44:58




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 Re: The things I find in reply to Oliver 500 Wa, 03-31-2020 12:35:32  
Yep. I still remember loosing a fertilizer tube for the corn planter one time. Dad and I both looked for that thing for two days. He finally went and bought a new one. He hadn't any more than got home with it and we found the old one inside a seed corn bag right where we'd been working on the planter.



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Olliejunkie

03-31-2020 09:24:38




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 Re: The things I find in reply to rrlund, 03-31-2020 09:03:38  
The weights do spring back ok but dont return clear home. I dont know if that's normal. Probably not causing my problem though.



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Olliejunkie

03-31-2020 09:09:30




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 Re: The things I find in reply to rrlund, 03-31-2020 09:03:38  
I brought home a bunch of stuff from an estate. In it there was a bucket never opened of light weight chain I thought. I needed some light chain so I opened it to find a brand new 1/2 heavy duty 20 foot chain with hooks. Its probably been sitting around here 5 years. Now it just looks like a rusty old chain.



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ziffel

03-31-2020 13:07:39




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 Re: The things I find in reply to Olliejunkie, 03-31-2020 09:09:30  
Many years ago I went to the estate sale of a repair shop and paid 25 cents for a box with a brand new chipping hammer laying on top of some junk. Good deal. But when I my got treasures back to my shop under the junk in chipping hammer box was a full set of "mics" zero thru 5 inches. Best 25 cents I ever spent.



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