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.
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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