It is a 1942 model with a ware front loader attachment , If I can help with any questions please let me know. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated. Two operate the bucket and the other two seem to just kill the engine?? We are a Company you can trust and have generous return policies! I saved all the old parts for anyone to go back to orig. Compare our super low shipping rates! Transmission case cracked,maybe beyond welding. . It appears to be in good shape and restoreable. If you have one for sale E-mail me at; jgwolfort at netzero.
John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. I think it is a 1951 or 1952 Tractor and has a loader on the front. It has a 4 cylinder gas engine with a bad crank. Can anyone tell me something about this tractor? After the plant closed, he and my uncle started an excavating business, initially using Cletrac and Oliver Crawler tractors. Thanks Jeff Hurley southern british columbia canada.
I couldn't imagine anyone having parts. Really appreciated if you could help. I have cleaned carb set points and have135 lbs of compression in all three cylinders. I do not see it mentioned in many sites. We wound up selling the tractor in 1998. The gears are a mystery. With the loader attachments on it, we find it hard to get to any part of the engine.
Dont know if its feasavle to finish or not or just junk it out. Expedited shipping available, just call! I'm on the west coast and don't think it's feasible transporting them across the country. Also need sheetmetal,rollers,trackpins and bushings. Know anyone who owned one? I knew of no dealers that carried any parts, and had no idea what we were going to do with it. I was grading the backyard. This was one of my favorite pieces of equipment, and I hated to see it go.
Runs all new track Rollers with new pins. Only think keeping me from using it every day is the gear shift mystery. I can t find any pictures on the internet that look like my Oliver Tractor - Crawler. What I don,t understand is it is a 6 cyl diesel. Most of our stocked parts ship the same day you order M-F. You also had to bleed the fuel lines once in awhile if the tractor sat unused. Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - 6:07 pm: And I have been told now that the engine is a Continental.
Jack Posted on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 10:47 am: I forgot to tell you that I am checking out that Cletrac site you gave me and surely will learn something there. Jack Add Your Message Here Posting is currently disabled in this topic. The only motor work required was a valve job. The two small levers run pairs of hydraulic? This is a 4 cyl hercules gas engine with the oliver intake and exhaust manifold. Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited.
I almost no experience with this model of crawler. What is the gear shift pattern? It is gasoline and has a 12-volt battery. I have let it sit in diesel fuel for sometime and still won t budge. We started it yesterdayand it runs beautifully. One front arm or axle is broken where it touches wheels. Also I need a set of lovered panels,if any one knows of set let me know. I am moving soon and have no need for it anymore so I will be selling it.
I'll keep looking for an ident plate. Looking to see anybodies info on wether or not a restoe is affordable. This is me, circa 1968. This engine was made by Hercules. Use the for entering your comments. The engine has been rebuilt and now the govenor is not working right.
Posted on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 - 8:02 pm: More details,Chris. This is the Oliver in 1998 when we sold it. We've kept the same low rate for six years. The only weight that it counters is the unbalance of a full loader bucket. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with TractorShed.