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Working on the 60

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02-21-2021 04:08:03

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So my brothers own my dads 60. Sometimes I don't think it gets the love it deserves so I brought it to my place and did some work on it. Work completed was rebuilding the carb, new battery and battery cut off switch, servicing the air filter and changing oil. I did some other cosmetic work as well. So I had to test it out so I hooked up to my Grain OVator wagon which has about 3000 lb of corn in it and went for a drive, she ran perfect. Then on Saturday my brother took it on our ride and put another 40 miles on it.

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02-22-2021 18:20:48

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 Re: Working on the 60 in reply to 8NHENRY, 02-21-2021 04:08:03  
Oh they pay for the repairs. Neither one of them will sell to me so I take it from time to time. We had a tractor ride this last weekend and one of the brothers live in KC and he came up and drove it on the ride.

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02-22-2021 06:38:13

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 Re: Working on the 60 in reply to 8NHENRY, 02-21-2021 04:08:03  
sounds like what my brother was like he used it i fixed it till had enough. i hope thats not case in your family but it looks like it from this side, just saying,you do not have any ownership in it but put money in it ? i have my uncles 60 oliver in shed have not touched it since bought day of auction,hope to when house nightmare project gets done.

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02-21-2021 07:03:55

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 Re: Working on the 60 in reply to 8NHENRY, 02-21-2021 04:08:03  
The seat is the oliver seat with rubber bushings. Someone put a back on it at some point. The hydraulic pump my brother added, it drives off of the PTO, The hand controls are on a stand that is clamped on the axle. On his small operation he needed that for a while, I don't think he has used them in a while.

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02-21-2021 05:38:32

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 Re: Working on the 60 in reply to 8NHENRY, 02-21-2021 04:08:03  
Looks nice. Is that a Ridemaster seat? Also wondering about the placement of the hydraulic pump as I think I see the mechanical lift under the control panel.

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02-21-2021 04:33:40

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 Re: Working on the 60 in reply to 8NHENRY, 02-21-2021 04:08:03  
Straight little tractor. Nice.

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