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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Oliver 770/1750 ?

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XT180

06-20-2021 15:41:03




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Was the 1750 a newer version of the 770, or a completely different animal ? Thanks




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oliverkid

06-20-2021 17:39:27




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 Re: Oliver 770/1750 ? in reply to XT180, 06-20-2021 15:41:03  
For all intents and purposes the 1750 was a direct replacement for the 1800. All it got was some hydraulic upgrades, there were a couple slight changes in the cut of the gears to cure some issues and it got the newer style dash with the suspended pedals. Pretty much everything else was just an 1800C.



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NY 986

06-24-2021 17:06:21




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 Re: Oliver 770/1750 ? in reply to oliverkid, 06-20-2021 17:39:27  
Yes, the 1750 was a replacement for the 1800 C with some increase in power.



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J. Schwiebert

06-20-2021 19:39:12




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 Re: Oliver 770/1750 ? in reply to oliverkid, 06-20-2021 17:39:27  
The 1750 was Oliver's first tractor with an Oliver built direct injection diesel engine.



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rrlund

06-20-2021 16:29:18




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 Re: Oliver 770/1750 ? in reply to XT180, 06-20-2021 15:41:03  
No, the 1550 was the replacement for the 770. The 1600 replaced the 880. The 1750 was all new to fill the gap between the 1650 and 1850 so there was a 10 horse difference between all the models.



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