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Gleaner E to K Parts Swap

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11-25-2012 06:31:05

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Fellow I know has an E that he is going to scrap. I know it will scrap for around $800 and would not mind buying it for that to keep the K in parts but don"t know how many parts will cross over. Most interested in seperator clutch shaft and all other cross shafts along with sprockets. THANKS in advance.

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11-25-2012 14:41:33

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 Re: Gleaner E to K Parts Swap in reply to cydectin, 11-25-2012 06:31:05  
look up the two machines on agco parts online and you can compare the part numbers

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11-25-2012 08:29:07

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 Re: Gleaner E to K Parts Swap in reply to cydectin, 11-25-2012 06:31:05  
I've never done that, so this is a guess. And I'm going to guess you would be disappointed. Little changes were constant. I was surprised to learn of many just from an early E to a late one. The drive components were often changed with model changes. Some time spent studying part numbers between models would be instructional.

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