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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver 1365 with 4x4

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Iniles

07-09-2020 03:46:16




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I am trying to get an idea of value a 1365 With 4x4 would be worth. Thinking of buying but can find to much on the tractor. Anything that I should really look at. It seems to run and drive fine. Any info would be appreciated. Ivan




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Oliver 500 Wa

07-10-2020 13:05:27




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that a guy with 2 cars, a pickup, 2 motorcycles, a quad, a mini excavator, and countless small engine powered things can not own 2 tractors. Pretty sure my insurance guy put his kids through college on me. :)

I don't know how you do it to keep up on all the vehicle and equipment maintenance and repairs and run a farm!!!



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rrlund

07-10-2020 13:26:10




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Oliver 500 Wa, 07-10-2020 13:05:27  
One of the Mennonites here is particularly fond of crawler tractors. He told me that if you buy something because you want it, not because you need it, that makes you a collector. LOL



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Oliver 500 Wa

07-10-2020 07:23:42




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
If a good 4X4 1265 or 1365 came up for sale near me, I think I'd sell the 500 and get it.



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rrlund

07-10-2020 07:51:52




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Oliver 500 Wa, 07-10-2020 07:23:42  
No need to sell the 500 Kevin, there's no law against owning two Olivers. Unless there's a law against ONLY owning two. LOL



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rrlund

07-10-2020 04:33:34




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
Here's a site you might want to check out.



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Traditional Farmer

07-10-2020 04:10:19




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
I have a 1365 4WD bought it with a bad block and crank,installed a good used block, new sleeves and other engine parts,new clutch assembly now a real nice tractor to use.Ended
up with about $5500 in it.



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Mongo59

07-10-2020 03:46:32




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
Mine is only 2WD with a loader but I can push brush up hill with the bush hog mowing behind me at 1000rpm in 4th gear. It is a real good tractor.

Keep the valves adjusted and your fluid and filters clean and it will never cease to amaze you...



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Traditional Farmer

07-10-2020 04:13:35




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Mongo59, 07-10-2020 03:46:32  
I have a 2WD 1365 too with a loader,got it for a bargain back in 2000 for $500 probably the most used tractor on the farm mostly, loading and hauling hay bales and handling equipment.



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Mongo59

07-11-2020 03:18:45




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Traditional Farmer, 07-10-2020 04:13:35  
I do 'more than I should' with mine...



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Mitch Poindexter

07-09-2020 16:18:25




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
Since Randy is showing off his before and after, here is mine. We use it all the time and I will be long dead and gone before it is ever sold. I saw a 1265 FWA sell for $5-$6K earlier this spring, that seems to be a fair price for one of these 65 series Fiat Olivers. Great tractors.


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rrlund

07-09-2020 04:30:18




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to Iniles, 07-09-2020 03:46:16  
I looked high and low for one for a long time, finally found one with a loader. I got it from a jockey, he had bought it at an auction in Canada. It was red with Cockshutt decals, but it was as close as I was ever going to find. I gave $5800 for it. Great little tractor. I've started it at -18F without even plugging it in, just using the Thermostart manifold heater. I don't think you'll ever be sorry if you buy one.

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iniles

07-10-2020 14:35:52




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to rrlund, 07-09-2020 04:30:18  
can any one help? Why will a Oliver 1365 4X4 Not move until the accelerator it pushed and rpm are increased to over 1000?

The owner thinks it can be that he over greesed the fitting on the side of the case.



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rrlund

07-10-2020 17:27:39




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to iniles, 07-10-2020 14:35:52  
The main tractor clutch throw out bearing isn't greaseable. The zerk on the side goes to the PTO throw out bearing. If the hose is blown, it could be that some grease got inside the pressure plate and on to the clutch I suppose. They're an odd ball clutch. The PTO clutch runs against the flywheel and the main tractor clutch is inside a double pressure plate.



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rrlund

07-09-2020 04:36:17




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 Re: Oliver 1365 with 4x4 in reply to rrlund, 07-09-2020 04:30:18  
Before and after of mine. I needed it to be an Oliver.



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