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Re: Allis Chalmers D19 Cummins

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scott mcintosh

10-10-2013 11:49:08

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I think you would have more room if you stick with 301 diesel motor out of and old gleaner combine. A cummins will be hard on your drive train with all the torque they put out when lugging engine.But hey each to there own.Scott

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Kirk Forster

10-11-2013 14:22:34

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 Re: Allis Chalmers D19 Cummins in reply to scott mcintosh, 10-10-2013 11:49:08  
hey, thanks for the reply, The problem with using the gleaner motor is it would cost me a ton more. Im not looking to lug it to much im just wanting it for looks and to mainly use the pulley for saws, threshers, line shafts.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

10-12-2013 19:22:31

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 Re: Allis Chalmers D19 Cummins in reply to Kirk Forster, 10-11-2013 14:22:34  
The 301 would be LOTS easier to install. A 301 will easily bolt to the torque tube with a set of 190 XT frame rails, you"re going to need good fab skills for the Cummins...

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10-14-2013 18:44:22

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 Re: Allis Chalmers D19 Cummins in reply to Brian Jasper co. Ia, 10-12-2013 19:22:31  
You must be gettin some cheap cummins engines. I have seen gleaner combines with good 301 engines sell for under 1000 for the whole combine. I bought an F2 a few years ago with a 301, for $1500 and used it for 2 yrs. The guy I sold it to is still using it. You could buy one of those and scrap the rest of the combine and almost have a free engine.

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