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Wtb: 1 OLIVER 6.8" rod

Looking for 1 oliver rod, regular 2.200/.990 6.800 long. Weight is 575.5g on the big end, 250g on the small, 758.3g total (without bolts), 825g total (with bolts). i do not need bolts.

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I think I have one in the shop .. will check tomorrow and get back to ya ....



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Thanx.

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OK I have Three that look like New with the 3.5 Bolt upgrade in them .
Message me and we'll work out the payment details.



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Payment sent. Thanx dan

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Rod is boxed up and waiting for the postal pick up.


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BUMP. still looking. didnt know oliver made different styles of rods.. the one i need looks to be a lightened version, the small end tapers down at the ends ont he outside and the big end bearing "step" is narrower.





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BUMP. still looking. didnt know oliver made different styles of rods.. the one i need looks to be a lightened version, the small end tapers down at the ends ont he outside and the big end bearing "step" is narrower.




Brett, I need 2 rods myself, maybe 3 if the price is good, so if it helps and you find more than what you need, I will be glad to buy some with you.
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coupe, be sure you hav the same style as me. look at the pictures and you rods CAREFULLY. i got one from TRUKPULR but it was more robust than mine. the small end didnt taper down ont he outside/top and the big end of his had a larger lip for the bearing.

i was told LEM could get single rods and ive already shot him a PM (awaiting response). if your sure yours are the same let me know and ill also see if he can work out a deal on 4, it maybe cheaper for both of us.

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bump. Still looking.

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better check with carrllio rods as it looks like theirs. That is unless your 100% sure there Olivers. I seen some posted on some ones website this past weekend but don't remeber where

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The arp bolts in them say Oliver on them. I have already contacted Oliver to see about getting a replacement with pictures and he said nothing about them not looking like olivers. I bought them from a fellow member on here that told me they were Oliver.

I would rather give a fellow member the money for a rod than a business.

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