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Re: Gleaner m diesel engine

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01-22-2013 00:18:43

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I know a guy that actually runs one as the complete combine power unit mated to a 550gpm Berkeley pump with a driveshaft and it has been TOUGH as nails for him.Gives great service with hardly any problems. A.C.built one of the toughest Diesels you will ever find in my opinion.

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01-22-2013 17:28:53

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 Re: Gleaner m diesel engine in reply to haley, 01-22-2013 00:18:43  
Just wondering if these are a good investment and what a good complete setup would run. Found one with a miss in it but instead of repairing it, it is at one of those closeout auctions.

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01-22-2013 17:48:14

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 Re: Gleaner m diesel engine in reply to MikeO-WI, 01-22-2013 17:28:53  
I wouldnt put a whole lot in it like that.I had a friend reciently that had a good running complete combine repossesed from him and it went for scrap.The lienholder could not even get a bid on it other than for scrap(brought around $1500 with a head)and it ran like a top.If you have to buy many parts from AGCO you will regret buying it.

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