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E gleaner combine motor vs. d17

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Big Rigger

05-16-2005 18:15:18

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I have heard that these motors from the e gleaner combine are about double the horsepower of a d17 allis. But they are the same cubic inch and almost look the same what differences give it the horsepower difference thanks

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Dave Grubb

05-18-2005 08:26:20

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 Re: E gleaner combine motor vs. d17 in reply to Big Rigger, 05-16-2005 18:15:18  
I don't recall the exact numbers but the combine engine ran a higher RPM for more HP.

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05-17-2005 05:08:55

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 Re: E gleaner combine motor vs. d17 in reply to Big Rigger, 05-16-2005 18:15:18  
It is important to remember that the engines are rated differantly. A combine is engine hp while a tractor is usually pto or drawbar hp. That is why you see differant numbers for the same engine.

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05-16-2005 19:03:02

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 Re: E gleaner combine motor vs. d17 in reply to Big Rigger, 05-16-2005 18:15:18  
THey aren"t double the horsepower of the D17. Early Gleaner E"s had an engine identical to the D17 tractor while newer E"s had the engine as found in the 170 tractor. It has a slightly larger carburetor and a slightly higher compression ratio. Probably about 60 hp at flywheel, but certainly not double the tractor HP.

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