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Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak

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Married the farm

04-30-2021 06:21:15




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Happy Friday all, working on a 1967 1850 noticed oil leaking where 3 point hitch lifting arms attatch to tractor oil then runs down the draw bar. How hard of a job is it to repair? are there lip seals there? thank you for any input. Model# 285-82110 serial# 183624431




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scootergmc

04-30-2021 19:54:04




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 15:47:32




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeTo be honest I had to have my son do the picture thing hope you got it



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 15:29:46




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
[quote="CVPost-NYOlivers"](quoted from post at 01:05:54 05/01/21) Do you have any pictures of your tractor?[/quote

https://imgur.com/a/0cCgLro

little rough but means alot to me



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NYOlivers

04-30-2021 15:05:54




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Do you have any pictures of your tractor?



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 12:06:43




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Thank you Sir!!!



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scootergmc

04-30-2021 11:53:24




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
The seals should be 107162A, which crosses to an SKF/Chicago 22400.

The bearings should be 104565A, which cross to a McGill GR 36 N.



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NYOlivers

04-30-2021 14:14:31




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to scootergmc, 04-30-2021 11:53:24  
Make sure you use the gr36N not a just a gr36. Dont ask me how I know.



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 10:47:23




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Sir, my e mail is ingallssteve5@gmail.com



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 10:31:30




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see Thank you for the info , I would greatly appreciate any part numbers you can provide.



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Married the farm

04-30-2021 09:14:50




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Sir, my e-mail ingallssteve5@gmail.com



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scootergmc

04-30-2021 09:01:37




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Here's the walkthrough previously mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0Hu_f1JVGc



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J. Schwiebert

04-30-2021 07:13:08




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
I am impressed as you included the serial and model numbers! Yes there is a lip seal on each side. Do you have a shop manual? My e-mail should be open. Please send me one and include your phone number. J.



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NYOlivers

04-30-2021 07:09:51




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 Re: Oliver 1850 4 wd Diesel 3 pt hitch oil leak in reply to Married the farm, 04-30-2021 06:21:15  
Yes there is a seal and a roller bearing on each side. The 3point arms have to come off, Pto long shaft has to come out a long with the pto unit. Then you can get to the arms and bolts that hold them in place. All gear oil has to be drained. I would replace the bearings for those arms ride on while your in there also. If your fimilar with youtube at all, go on and search that Oliver guy Chris has a good video on how to do the job. Not a hard job to do but a little messy. I probably have part numbers for seals and bearings if you need them.

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