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Oliver 1850

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03-26-2020 07:21:35

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I own an Oliver 1850 four wheel drive. Plenty of hours on it. It's starting to belch grear out the breather of the four wheel drive unit. There is grear oil and possibly hydraulic fluid sleeping into the 4x4 unit. When oil start belching out the breather, the 4x4 unit is over full and hydraulic and grear oil in the rear are low. Are parts available? How far do I have to take the tractor apart?

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03-26-2020 16:14:15

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to Joew, 03-26-2020 07:21:35  

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03-26-2020 08:48:18

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to Joew, 03-26-2020 07:21:35  
make it even rarer, it has a gas engine. Runs like top. Other then the problem discussed. I know I'm going to have to tare into it pretty fare. I'm looking for advise, so I can have a battle plane.

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03-26-2020 09:11:31

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to Joew, 03-26-2020 08:48:18  
Just click where it says "Another Forum" and then click the Oliver forum.

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03-26-2020 07:34:09

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 Re: Oliver 1850 in reply to Joew, 03-26-2020 07:21:35  
I'd post this on the Oliver forum. You've got kind of a rare tractor that might need to catch the attention of he right people.

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