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8950 - $60,000     5175hrs

8930 - $48,000      8580hrs

966 - $11,500      9100hrs

H - $1200 running, originally on steel converted to rubber. No pic

Oliver 1800- $3250 Checkerboard, diesel, ran well, straight, bought new by family

Mack SuperLiner - $19,500  recent overhaul, good clean truck, 

5btm 735 plow - $750  spring reset 

both plows super nice showing some wear on wear parts.

6btm 735 plow - $750

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1 minute ago, Sledgehammer said:

8950 - $             5175hrs

8930 - $              8580hrs

966 - $11,500      9100hrs

H - $1200 running, originally on steel converted to rubber. No pic

Oliver 1800- $3250 Checkerboard, diesel, ran well, straight, bought new by family

Mack SuperLiner - $19,500  recent overhaul, good clean truck, 

5btm 735 plow - $750  spring reset 

both plows super nice showing some wear on wear parts.

6btm 735 plow - $750

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Did the 89xxs not sell or just did t hear the price?  The other prices seem strong but not too out of line considering some other prices we have heard lately.

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Just now, Mudfly said:

Did the 89xxs not sell or just did t hear the price?  The other prices seem strong but not too out of line considering some other prices we have heard lately.

I had to look back in my notes and edit price in on those. Prices there now

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Those plows were very cheap compared to out east.. unless the variable width ones don't plow evenly? Neighbor has a JD 2800 variable width and it plows horrible but it is a JD plow so that's to be expected

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5 minutes ago, bitty said:

Those plows were very cheap compared to out east.. unless the variable width ones don't plow evenly? Neighbor has a JD 2800 variable width and it plows horrible but it is a JD plow so that's to be expected

I would say they were well worth the money honestly. Super clean, grease and go to the field. 

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Would love to have a 766 or 966. I think I will get there someday. 
 

If the same guy was to buy that 966 and 735 5 bottom plow you would be set pretty good with not a ton of money in the set up. 

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1 hour ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Would love to have a 766 or 966. I think I will get there someday. 
 

If the same guy was to buy that 966 and 735 5 bottom plow you would be set pretty good with not a ton of money in the set up. 

On most of the ground that I've plowed, a guy would have to put a windmill and quite a bit of iron  on a 966 to do much besides scratch with a 5 bottom 735.

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8 hours ago, Big Bud guy said:

The magnums seem soft compared to what has been posted lately and I would have run the Oliver up $5,000.

Alan commented and I agree. The Oliver was the deal of the day.  Legit, one owner, fired up right away and ran like a sewing machine. Original paint, straight tin, etc...

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19 minutes ago, DT Fan said:

Thanks for the report!

Looks like they got their money's worth out of the tires on that 9.

Racing slicks on both the Oliver and the 966

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1 hour ago, Sledgehammer said:

Racing slicks on both the Oliver and the 966

Apparently you have never seen what is run for feed mixer tires on Northeastern dairies....

46 minutes ago, mrfred54 said:

Is that direct axle duals setup on the Oliver factory, for the tires?? Never see much for Oliver in mid Mich. Don't think I have ever seen a 1800 round here. My uncle had a super55 back in the 60's

I have seen a number of Olivers with that style of wheel.  With a longer axle it would be possible to use another set of those hubs for duals.

My grandfather was an Oliver dealer, so in addition to an Oliver grain drill we had Oliver dual hubs on our 4430.  I always wanted to paint them yellow, but we left them white. I cannot remember if we used them on the 4440 or if we got a different set.

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1 hour ago, 1586 Jeff said:

Apparently you have never seen what is run for feed mixer tires on Northeastern dairies....

Nope, only beef cows in this area. I’m sure semi-round and hold air are requirements....  

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2 hours ago, mrfred54 said:

Is that direct axle duals setup on the Oliver factory, for the tires?? Never see much for Oliver in mid Mich. Don't think I have ever seen a 1800 round here. My uncle had a super55 back in the 60's

What area are you at in Mid Michigan?

My area of Mid Michigan there was a strong Oliver presence. In my area I can think of 10 farms that at one point had Oliver's. 6 places still have a Oliver on the place. 

There was a strong dealer in the area at the time though that probably helped. The dealer sticker below was the dealer. At this point it was White. The sticker is on a few Killbros gravity flow wagons we have. Dealer has been closed for years. I don't remember it being open and I'm 37.

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3 hours ago, 1586 Jeff said:

Apparently you have never seen what is run for feed mixer tires on Northeastern dairies....

I have seen a number of Olivers with that style of wheel.  With a longer axle it would be possible to use another set of those hubs for duals.

My grandfather was an Oliver dealer, so in addition to an Oliver grain drill we had Oliver dual hubs on our 4430.  I always wanted to paint them yellow, but we left them white. I cannot remember if we used them on the 4440 or if we got a different set.

Tire chains work a lot better when the tread is down.   We try to run ours till you can just about see tread bars.  

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1 hour ago, Reichow7120 said:

What area are you at in Mid Michigan?

My area of Mid Michigan there was a strong Oliver presence. In my area I can think of 10 farms that at one point had Oliver's. 6 places still have a Oliver on the place. 

There was a strong dealer in the area at the time though that probably helped. The dealer sticker below was the dealer. At this point it was White. The sticker is on a few Killbros gravity flow wagons we have. Dealer has been closed for years. I don't remember it being open and I'm 37.

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Northeast of Owosso. Don't recall a Oliver dealer in the area and I'm 66. Only IH and johndeer. We do have  Massey dealer in the area and he did have white for awhile

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30 minutes ago, mrfred54 said:

Northeast of Owosso. Don't recall a Oliver dealer in the area and I'm 66. Only IH and johndeer. We do have  Massey dealer in the area and he did have white for awhile

And Massy here is nonexistent 

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