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Oliver Heritage Issue #29 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #29 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #29 Feb/March 2009 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Repairing Damaged Iron Castings: Step by step instructions. Tractor restoration often means fixing old parts. 
  • The Oliver 1600: Designed for Balanced Power. In Novembger of 1962, Oliver debuted their new product line for 1963 at twelve different locations. Included in that lineup was the new 1600 tractor.
  • The Cast Iron Fleetline Axle: When the 77 and 88 Row Crop models were introduced in 1947-48, they were offered with three different axle configurations. The most popular was the narrow front end, followed by the adjustable wide front and then the single front wheel. 
  • An Alaskan Oliver: Oliver Heritage features articles from all over America's heartland, but I thought you might be interested in a little story from the 49th state, by Bill Powell of Talkeetna, Alaska.
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • Dealer Feature: The Whitesel Brothers dealership is one of the longest lasting equipment companies in the country. Nestled in the valley between the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains, the reputable dealer has served the community for nearly 130 years. 
  • Cletrac Facts: The Cletrac 55 Quest. How did the 55 Compare to the Competition?
  • Collector's Corner: The Oliver Shield - For the Oliver Dealer, a continuation from the three previous issues. 
  • The Montana Adventure, by Sherry. This great adventure started in November when I ran into the Williams Brothers, owners of the Big Bud 747 tractor. 
  • Southern Passion for the 55 Series, by Dr. Mike Lokai, President of the Ocala Tractor Pull.
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