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Re: Gleaner N series

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12-04-2012 22:06:02

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First N series, the N5? Lots of factory updates. Would I buy one? NO!!!, and anyone here knows I'm a Gleaner fan! It's like buying a 1960 Corvair...BTDT! Later Gleaner rotaries.....heck yeah!

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12-05-2012 19:31:44

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 Re: Gleaner N series in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-04-2012 22:06:02  
yeah, we know that but won't hold it against you! :) A family not too far bought a new N6 and finally gave up on it and got an L3. Some R series are getting reasonable and have a pretty good reputation. The only negative thing I have heard was that the feeder house on the R50 was too small.

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12-05-2012 23:15:16

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 Re: Gleaner N series in reply to dboll, 12-05-2012 19:31:44  
Thanks, forum bud- seems like every color has an orphan child in one machine or another. Some go beyond being an orphan, they are a bxxtard! Yeah, N5 would be that guy!

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12-06-2012 14:12:16

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 Re: Gleaner N series in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-05-2012 23:15:16  
I typed that with a smile on my face! The biggest problem with a Gleaner around here is lack of dealers, the closest is Madison, Mn-70 miles or so, some used to go to Westbrook, Mn. A Massey is no better, 80 miles or more to Hull, Ia. I still have a few Olivers, long trip to Sheldon, Ia! I don't know who agco thinks they are going to sell their stuff to with few dealers in western, Mn or the Dakota's.

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12-04-2012 22:13:18

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 Re: Gleaner N series in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-04-2012 22:06:02  
What's goes so wrong with them?

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12-05-2012 10:06:56

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 Re: Gleaner N series in reply to IH466, 12-04-2012 22:13:18  
Pretty much everything that moves.

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