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Gleaner G combine

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Bill Lisbon

12-12-2013 15:30:27

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A friend of mine bought a Gleaner G combine. A bearing locked up on the Hydro. Are there any experts who could give me some advice on getting it apart?

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12-13-2013 05:38:19

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 Re: Gleaner G combine in reply to Bill Lisbon, 12-12-2013 15:30:27  
we ran gleaners from the 50's thru the 90's and always did our own repairs and replacing that bearing ranks right up there with the worse!

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12-13-2013 05:35:52

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 Re: Gleaner G combine in reply to Bill Lisbon, 12-12-2013 15:30:27  
it's a sucky job! got to remove the shaft. take all the outside stuff off of each side and remove it. only comes out one side. been a lot of years since I did it but I believe it comes out the right side. shop around for the bearing. this isn't a fun job. 2 people are needed to get the shaft out and back in.

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Bill Lisbon

12-12-2013 19:24:49

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 Re: Gleaner G combine in reply to Bill Lisbon, 12-12-2013 15:30:27  
I think that is the one. he wanted to know if you have to take the whole shaft out or can you remove bearing without doing this. I haven't seen the machine I'm getting everything second hand.

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12-12-2013 22:21:51

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 Re: Gleaner G combine in reply to Bill Lisbon, 12-12-2013 19:24:49  
I"ve taken a number of bearings off shafts on a Gleaner combine without removing the shaft. If the balls are gone, it"s easy to torch out the race and the collar. At times, the balls were intact, so I blew them out first with the torch. Then, there is plenty of room for the torch to remove the rest. Just remember the fire hazard when you torch.

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12-12-2013 17:53:01

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 Re: Gleaner G combine in reply to Bill Lisbon, 12-12-2013 15:30:27  
are you talking about a bearing on the shaft that goes thru the combine?

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