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1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement

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busterdoggy3

01-13-2021 12:12:01




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I bought a set of decals for my husband's Oliver Super 88 he is restoring. He says it's a 1954 or 1955. I have searched all over the internet for a diagram or pictures of the placement of these decals and I cannot find anything. I don't want to just look at a picture of a tractor and guess. I spent a lot of money for these and I really want them right. Does anybody out there know where I can find out this information.

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ejr-Ia.

01-14-2021 15:53:24




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  
Get them from lyle Dumout the best



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busterdoggy3

01-14-2021 07:46:32




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  
I tried to use the advanced posting for my pics but it keeps telling me I'm using words that they don't allow. But if you care to see it I have it on YT for sale. Ad #710061.

Thanks again for your help.



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busterdoggy3

01-14-2021 07:28:36




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  
[quote="CVPost-Kirk Norlin"](reply to post at 16:39:37 01/13/21) [/quote

Thanks Kirk. This should help. I put pictures of my Oliver on here but I'm new to the forum and I don't know if they will come through.



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busterdoggy3

01-14-2021 07:18:41




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  
[quote="J.Wondergem"](quoted from post at 15:51:56 01/13/21)
If you bought them from Dumont's, you call them and they'll tell exactly where they go.[/quote]



I got them from Steiner. I asked them where they go and they said they don't have anything to show that. Thanks for your help



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Kirk Norlin

01-13-2021 15:39:37




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  

One gas and one diesel. These two tractors have the decal placement pretty much correct. Also a couple factory photos. Hope that helps. Photos are not mine and are just for reference.

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J.Wondergem

01-13-2021 14:51:56




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 Re: 1954-55 Oliver Super 88 decal placement in reply to busterdoggy3, 01-13-2021 12:12:01  
If you bought them from Dumont's, you call them and they'll tell exactly where they go.



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