Topic: Re: Gleaner E3 unload auger tube
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I also have a E3 here in s.e Penna. I am looking for a 3/30 corn head for my e3
I have a 240 head but cant find any work for it.
Should be easy to make. If you are close to Quakertown pa I have the tools to make any sheet metal part you need. 12ft brake,10ft rollformer, I ahve seen the tube replace with heavy wall pvc pipe on k. Works well. The owner used the green pvc pipe tht he got from a road crew cut it down drilled all the holes need and mounted it. 1/2 days work.
One thing forsure is your small gleaner is becoming more in demand as many small farms are poping up and need small combines Take care of her.
A dealer here in town just sold a ratty looking k with a bean head for 4k. Crazy prices these small units are bringing.
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