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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor?

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Wctribs990

09-11-2020 05:34:33




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Good morning! Im working on my Oliver 1650 (1964/gas 265 Waukesha) that I am bringing back to life and Im down to the carburetor. That carburetor that I pulled off the tractor is a marvel schebler tsx 868. The guy who had the tractor before me said it never ran quite right. I dont know the full history of this tractor, so I dont know if this carb is original or not. When I reference my service manual (432526B) it states that the 1650 should have a TSX-807. Does anyone know if the 1650s came with 868 carbs in 64 then came with 807s later? I dont want to waste time rebuilding a 868 if the tractor needs an 807 anyways. Any input is greatly appreciated!

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kaeschliman

09-11-2020 08:14:54




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to Wctribs990, 09-11-2020 05:34:33  
The TSX868 would be original to the 1600. The TSX807 would be correct for your application.



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wctribs990

09-12-2020 04:31:38




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to kaeschliman, 09-11-2020 08:14:54  
Good to know! I appreciate you sharing that with me. Both the 1600 and the 1650 had the 265 so there should be no issues with an 868 on a 1650 correct?



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J. Schwiebert

09-12-2020 04:37:55




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to wctribs990, 09-12-2020 04:31:38  
There were 2 1600 gas engines a 231 in the early 1600 gas and 248 in later ones. The 265 gas came with the 1650. There were also 2 different 1600 gas carburetors one for each bore size.



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wctribs990

09-12-2020 04:49:33




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-12-2020 04:37:55  
Then I will definitely be looking for an 807 carburetor for it. Thanks for your help, good knowledge!



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J. Schwiebert

09-13-2020 07:05:09




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to wctribs990, 09-12-2020 04:49:33  
I used to have a breakdown of both 1600 and the 1650 carbs. You maybe able to update your carb to the 807 with just a few parts,



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wctribs990

09-13-2020 15:15:45




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-13-2020 07:05:09  
I was wondering about that, I saw on a website a couple carb kits for sale and the numbers were the same for the 868 and 807. Definitely worth looking into, thanks again.



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J. Schwiebert

09-14-2020 05:07:39




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 Re: Correct Oliver 1650 Carburetor? in reply to wctribs990, 09-13-2020 15:15:45  
Send me an e=mail or post yours.



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