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gleaner E cornhead

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frank packard

01-21-2013 12:29:35

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Hi guys I got the gleaner e bought but not home yet. The guy I bought it from said I could leave it in the barn until the spring. I was looking at the 2 row cornhead and saw it had a piece bolted on the drive side that was hooked on the spline of the head with a long belt(I assume the drive belt)and a short chain that runs back to the combine. Would this be the adapter to run a K head on the e? I need a 3rn head and have a line on an orange head and a blackstripe. I would like to get the blackstripe but don"t know everything that is needed to adapt it to the E, yes the E has the bar and hook attachment style throat but he doesn"t know if that is the adapter or not. The 2 row he"s got is the old 4 pt. attachment. I can"t get pictures for a couple of weeks as I won"t be out there until then but was wondering if anyone has a picture of the adapter. thanks, frank packard

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02-03-2013 16:35:15

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 Re: gleaner E cornhead in reply to frank packard, 01-21-2013 12:29:35  
Like this?

Mine has what looks like an adapter for the drive. A belt comes from the pulley on the left side of the combine and chain-drives a jackshaft. The jackshaft has one chain going forward to drive the head and one going up to drive the feeder beater. The combine has the 4-point hookup, the head has four points and also has the 2 hooks on top.

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frank packard

02-04-2013 05:02:51

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 Re: gleaner E cornhead in reply to schriffs, 02-03-2013 16:35:15  
Thanks for the picture that is just what the adapter on mine looks like so I'm thinking I'm in luck and have an adapter for the newer style head. thank you, Frank

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01-22-2013 05:52:52

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 Re: gleaner E cornhead in reply to frank packard, 01-21-2013 12:29:35  
You can change the old head to the quik tach style- put hooks on the top. I have a grain pickup adapted to an F2.

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Bob Bancroft

01-21-2013 15:12:44

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 Re: gleaner E cornhead in reply to frank packard, 01-21-2013 12:29:35  
I used to have it, but can't find it. I've got a guy working on it. I know where an adaptor is. If the guy can either find his pictures, or get new ones and send them to me, I will forward.

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