Fixing the OLIVER Tractor for FREE!


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  1. That old of radiator will be copper. Copper turns green, it doesn't rust. The rust is probably from the engine. Run some cooling system flush. Then see if the radiator comes clean. And, check the water pump, seals, for leaks.

  2. You may have learned your karate from yellow jackets but I learned mine by walking through spider webs. It looks like a very similar style with lots of arms flailing and whatnot. 😀

  3. I love these videos Hank. Anyone can drive these new tractors if you can afford them. But the old ones are the backbone of our Country. As a kid from the 60's I learnt on an older 930 Case. I remember they were odd colors back then. Tan trimmed in red. It was a brute, i though it was cool cause it had power steering. Thanks for bringing life back to the Super 55 Oliver. Always thought they nice old tractors.

  4. Hey there lookin forward to seeing smoke – with regards to the rubber plug on the diff I’m pretty sure it’s the breather. The rad and cooling system. My preferred option would be to take it to a local rad shop gave them clean it and pressure test, then they can fix any leaks while they have it and repair any fin damage. Option b less preferred but still works, remove the rad and flush it with water, then get some evaporust and just soak the whole rad in it for a while – rinse with water and your away after you put the rad back on the rest of the cooling system will need to be flushed. Fill it with water and add a dishwasher capsule into the rad (the puck style not the wrapper in plastic ones) run the engine up to temp and drain – continue flushing with water and getting to temp until all the soap residue is gone ( fill with hot water each time to avoid hitting the block with cold water) after you’ve flushed it fill with antifreeze to prevent and rust from forming again. We use this procedure to flush cooling systems on caterpillar diesels all the time it works very well. Sorry for the lengthy comment hope it helps

  5. You can use Oxi Clean in the radiator and fuel tank. Put a couple of 56 oz bottles in then top off with hot water and let sit over night. Rinse out with water and it should clean up nicely. Hard to find radiator shops around.

  6. You need to take the radiator off and take it to the radiator shop to be cleaned in the hot tank, pressure tested and repaired.
    It maybe the core is rotted and they can re-core the radiator for less than buying a new one.

  7. Take your radiator to a radiator shop have them test it and make recommendations for the repair of it. Unless you know how to solider, I don't recommend you do any thing with the radiator, let the pro shop do it for you.

  8. Well when you get it out eyeball it and check it out and I'm sure you can take it to a radiator shop and they will clean and clear it and take care of what ever it needs and if you request they call first to see if you want to proceed or not and you should be able to replace that cap at any tractor supply

  9. Once upon a time back in the good olden days there was a great radiator cleaner. It was DuPont No.10 Radiator Cleaner. It came in a 2 part container consisting of Oxalic Acid in 1 part and a baking soda neutralizer in the other. After draining and flushing out any Anti-Freeze one would fill the radiator with clear water and add the Oxalic Acid granuels. Run the engine for 15-30 mins. then drain and refill with neutralizer. Drain again and bingo! Rust gone. I have purchased these chemicals locally to get-er-done.

  10. Disconnect the lower radiator hose and plug the lower radiator outlet, you can use a plastic bag and a hose clamp, pore in a gallon of vinegar and fill the rest with water, vinegar will break down the rust, after a day or two flush it out and see how much rust came out, good luck

  11. No need to worry about the radiator you can flush it from either or both ends and then cap off one end and see about leaks if it does it's up to you if you want to get it cored and repaired caps should be a easy find

  12. Radiator shops will dismantle the tanks and clean all the rust out. They will try to rod out the tubes. If they are too bad they may have to re-core the radiator.

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