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'38 Model 70 Oliver Engine Parts

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03-05-2003 15:26:40

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Is any source for engine parts for this model. I need exhaust valves and guides? The motor is a Continental Serial #223186. TIA

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03-12-2003 20:12:49

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 Re: '38 Model 70 Oliver Engine Parts in reply to Dinglebery, 03-05-2003 15:26:40  

I have a head with valves all ground that is off a 3-gear 70 if you are interested

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03-11-2003 04:58:56

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 Re: '38 Model 70 Oliver Engine Parts in reply to Dinglebery, 03-05-2003 15:26:40  
Try Larry Harsin for the valves - WWW.olivertractor.com - he had new old stock valves that I bought real reasonable. Guides can be bought by size and reamed to fit.

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John Holcomb

03-05-2003 18:26:50

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 Re: '38 Model 70 Oliver Engine Parts in reply to Dinglebery, 03-05-2003 15:26:40  
An early 38 would have a 5 gear engine and a very late one most likely is a 3 gear. either way new valves would have to be old stock or made from something else. Guides, your auto parts store should be able to match. Used valves I have. If you take the head in for rebuild and have valves modified to fit and seats replaced expect $250 plus. John

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