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IH 966 vs Oliver 1855

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Posted by Pete on February 07, 2001 at 05:57:49 from (149.99.222.49):

Hi

I tried to post this message before, but it never took.

I have a line on two tractors - a 1973 version 966 and a 1974 Oliver 1855. Both are in similar shape and have about 2500 hrs. 966 has never been a problem (apparantly) and 1855 threw a rod at around 1300 hrs.

Opinions ?

Thx !

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