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Oliver 88

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Albert Herter

10-10-2019 14:08:25




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How do I make an Oliver 88 into a pulling tractor? (Class 1 and 2)




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Crazy Horse

10-10-2019 15:33:09




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to Albert Herter, 10-10-2019 14:08:25  
Just hook it to the sled. Even an original stock 88 can still be a pulling tractor. Not a hot rod version but still a pulling tractor, and I suspect just as much fun to own and pull with as those that spend the family fortune to win a little plastic trophy or a ribbon and some walkin' around money (the money in some places).



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jddrawbar

10-11-2019 09:45:29




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to Crazy Horse, 10-10-2019 15:33:09  
I agree with CH, just tune it up so that it running good, put it in 1st & let the fun begin.



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old

10-11-2019 09:50:50




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to jddrawbar, 10-11-2019 09:45:29  
A lot depends on the pull the the rules. I pulled with my S88 a few years back and ran 1st and should have run 2nd or 3rd and lost by 6 inches. I came in 4th place and the guy who won 1st told me after the pull he sure was glad I was 150 lbs light and ran 1st instead of 3rd. He told me if I had run with he extra 15olbs and in 3rd I would have left him way behind



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Crazy Horse

10-10-2019 19:07:03




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to Crazy Horse, 10-10-2019 15:33:09  
Well Tee, I did say some walkin' around money (in some places). Looks like your son was in one of those places.



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big tee

10-10-2019 17:26:24




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to Crazy Horse, 10-10-2019 15:33:09  
Sometime you can win more than a plastic trophy-Son won this a Tulsa last Jan. on a Oliver 88.---Tee



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300jk

10-10-2019 14:34:35




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 Re: Oliver 88 in reply to Albert Herter, 10-10-2019 14:08:25  
Pretty generic question. How much money are you willing to spend, how mechanically inclined are you ? Many modifications. From lightening to engine mods and component upgrades. My brother and I have many hours and money invested in our 88 which I would say is probably a div. 2 tractor. We never had to meet ntpa rules here just the club we were pulling with. So to be totally honest I do not know what div. 2 rules are. We did 90 percent of the work ourselves. Might want to try the pulling forum here.

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