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Oliver super 55 radiator (gas)
|Jimmy||Looking for a Oliver super 55 radiator for gas engine searched the net cant find one... i forget the year but if anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.
|barry||none to be had, I had mine recored but I was told with a small modification a Oliver 77 will fit
|August Ventimiglio||Can anyone confirm if the radiator from an Oliver 77 will fit an Oliver Super 55? My Super 55's radiator is gone and I can't find one...can anyone help?
|charlie ford|| i have a super 55 radiator , not sure if its for sale . may consider an offer. charlie located in s/w lower mi.
The Oliver 550 radiator will work on the Super 55 with qualifications. The filler neck is slightly too long and will stick up above the hood. Remove the door or cut the neck down and reweld/braze it back on. The radiator cap will need to be replaced with a standard pressurized radiator cap available at any auto parts store. The fan lower shroud will probably have to be cut out slightly to allow the fan blades to clear the shroud. See picture. Contact Korves Oliver for new Oliver 550 radiators.
Picture #2 with lower fan shroud cut out and ready for black Rustoleum paint.
Picture #3 showing the filler neck sticking out 1" above the hood. Remove the filler hood door, or cut a hole in the filler hood door or cut down the filler neck and reweld/braze it back onto the radiator.
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