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Kurt-AllisPuller

05-18-2008 22:33:31




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I have a gleanor E crank sitting around in real nice shape - probably wont need turned at standard bearings if anyone is interested. Located in Pa




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Levi in Indiana

05-20-2008 11:07:47




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 05-18-2008 22:33:31  
Are you an AC tractor puller? What do you pull?



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Kurt-AllisPuller

05-20-2008 20:23:00




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Levi in Indiana, 05-20-2008 11:07:47  
Yeah i am - Im pull a WD with 38" rubber



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Levi in Indiana

05-21-2008 04:31:01




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 05-20-2008 20:23:00  
Awesome! We pull a 45 with 38" rubber! Done well with it?



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Kurt-AllisPuller

05-21-2008 05:33:03




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Levi in Indiana, 05-21-2008 04:31:01  
I run 14.9-38's on 16" wide rims and in a 3.5 mph class its been almost unbeatable. Ive been running just a stock gleanor motor but an unfortunate mis-hap with some water in the block this winter forced me to change my setup a little bit. I no longer have the gleanor block so i have a good crank for sale



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Levi in Indiana

05-21-2008 06:44:31




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 05-21-2008 05:33:03  
What weight class have you been running in? You run a Gleaner block? I haven't ever heard of that before. What Gleaner is it? How many cylinders...etc. I might be interested in the crank.



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Kurt-AllisPuller

05-21-2008 10:02:32




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Levi in Indiana, 05-21-2008 06:44:31  
I can get down to #3500 and pull up to #4500, The motor was out of a Gleanor E combine. They are a 4 cylinder motor that is pretty much the same as a motor out of a 170 tractor. They look pretty close to the WD45 block except it had a mechanical fuel pump on the side which i plated off. The crank i have will only fit in another gleanor block or id be still using it. The rod mains are just a bit smaller and wont fit in a Wd or Wd45 block. The gleanor motors are very strong running - I think around 62 h.p. If you ever run acroos one they are usually excellent running motors due to there lack of use.

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Levi in Indiana

05-21-2008 10:42:47




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 05-21-2008 10:02:32  
Do you know what kind of cubic inch you were getting out of the Gleaner E motor? We have done some work to our WD45 motor and are getting around 270 cubic inches. Plus we had the head bored and bigger valves put in. Thanks for all the info...if you are doing a 45 engine for your puller...please feel free to ask about anything! We've probably done it.



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Kurt-AllisPuller

05-21-2008 20:32:17




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Levi in Indiana, 05-21-2008 10:42:47  
They are the same as a WD45 motor, 4.5" stroke and 4" bore. Im not really sure where they are getting the power from except they have a higher compression piston and the crank is noticably heavier. In fact the whole motor weighs about 60 lbs more than a WD45.



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Levi in Indiana

05-22-2008 04:32:27




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 Re: Gleanor E crank in reply to Kurt-AllisPuller, 05-21-2008 20:32:17  
Thanks for the correspondence, it has been very informational.



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