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226 engines

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scott reid

03-29-2008 09:34:03

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what is best engine to use in my wc for pulling i found a wd45 motor and a e combine motor and why is one better then the other?

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justin johnson

04-01-2008 05:41:22

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 Re: 226 engines in reply to scott reid, 03-29-2008 09:34:03  
I have a 17 motor for sale out of a gleaner scott if ur interested give me a call 1-218-639-2036 . THANKS

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03-29-2008 11:12:30

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 Re: 226 engines in reply to scott reid, 03-29-2008 09:34:03  
give me a call 423 472 7071 .

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03-29-2008 10:14:10

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 Re: 226 engines in reply to scott reid, 03-29-2008 09:34:03  
the Gleaner E engine will be a better engine because the turns more rpm and has more horsepower, i am doing the same thing to my WD.

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scott reid

03-29-2008 10:49:57

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 Re: 226 engines in reply to alliswd45, 03-29-2008 10:14:10  
some say u have to change govener when u use e motor what do u know about that

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03-29-2008 15:25:35

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 Re: 226 engines in reply to scott reid, 03-29-2008 10:49:57  
E Gleaner engine gov. is made for wide open throttle, not many reasons to idle a combine, kind of acts funny at less than full; surges, slow to pick up, etc.

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