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frank packard

11-06-2012 11:43:11

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I just got a gleaner e to add to my collection as the case I was getting didn't work out. I don't know much about the E other than I watch it cut some soybeans last week and it did fine. So I am wondering about the specs, I know the engine is basiclly a D-17 and the cylinder is same as a K what I was wondering is the bin capacity and if it would handle a 13 ft. head in 40 bu. beans. Also any way to switch over to the new style quick tach like a K2? Could I put hyd. reel height control on if so would a K setup work. thanks, Frank

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11-07-2012 16:15:48

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 Re: gleaner e in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-06-2012 11:43:11  
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Is there a website that explains all this? At least with their model numbers and dates of production?

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11-07-2012 17:59:42

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 Re: gleaner e in reply to Dalet, 11-07-2012 16:15:48  
Check this site out for some basic Gleaner model information.

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11-07-2012 15:53:13

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 Re: gleaner e in reply to frank packard, 11-06-2012 11:43:11  
Thread derail here, I am curious. I don't know much about the Gleaner line, only one neighbor has one, an L2.

So if there was an EIII, that was older than say an M or an M2 right?

The Mexican model was the M3? I am also confused since there was an A and an AIII right? But there was an F F2 F3, but the G was only a G correct?

What was their rhyme or reason?

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Bob Bancroft

11-07-2012 16:12:54

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 Re: gleaner e in reply to Dalet, 11-07-2012 15:53:13  
That's way too much typing for me. But I don't know of any pattern. In fact I would say it was a mess!

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Bob Bancroft

11-07-2012 14:55:27

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 Re: gleaner e in reply to frank packard, 11-06-2012 11:43:11  
Bin size is 40 bu. Standard extension adds 10 bu. Then the elevator has a hard time pushing up wet grain. (There was an optional elevator extension also). 13' is an awful lot of header for an E. I suppose it would do OK in beans, depending on your ground speed. Years ago I was able to get what I needed from a junkyard to add the reel lift valve to an older E. That was also an option. I don't know if the K valve is the same. It's located back by the engine where the E valve is right under the dash panel. I added the quick-tach lift pipe to the feeder house of an E for a black corn head. I suppose you could do the same and hang a K grain head on there, but the drive is the challenge. The E heads all run off a belt from the combine, then a chain runs back from the header jackshaft to run the feeder beater. On later combines a jackshaft was added to the combine feeder house, and that drove the heads, and the feeder beater. I suppose one could add the jackshaft to an E. But with all that you might as well find an EIII, K, K2, etc.

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