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AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine

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05-05-2010 07:42:54

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I have an old Gleaner E Baldwin combine. I used
it for buckwheat(had a swather pickup on front)
Worked great, but I have not grown buckwheat for
five years. Debating whether to scrap it or not.
It has a Buda engine.
Hate to scrap it but it has sat outside for four
years. Anybody need some cheap parts?
I am morally conflicted and generally have a
negative attitude about scrapping.

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Bob Bancroft

05-05-2010 18:05:57

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Cas, 05-05-2010 07:42:54  
Unless someone has been very creative with it- if it's a Buda, it's a 6 cyl.in a Gleaner A. If it's an E, it's a late D17 engine(full flow oil filter). Have you tried advertising it? I'll bet there's a buyer for it.

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05-05-2010 12:52:24

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Cas, 05-05-2010 07:42:54  
Im growing buckwheat for the first time here in Kansas. Going to direct harvest with an allcrop 66. Any hint you can give me? Raising it for the bees and then going to grind the seed that I harvest for the sheep.

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05-05-2010 21:05:48

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Flewster, 05-05-2010 12:52:24  
Grew buckwheat for years with pretty good luck.
You can email me for more info. Also, the
Cornell University has a good website on research
and info for growing buckwheat.

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tim [in]

05-05-2010 08:45:11

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Cas, 05-05-2010 07:42:54  
Knowing your state and location would help and how much you would want for a combine?

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Tramway Guy

05-05-2010 09:26:10

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to tim [in], 05-05-2010 08:45:11  
The domain he posted from is LeRoy, New York (near Rochester)...

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05-05-2010 08:13:09

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Cas, 05-05-2010 07:42:54  
Are you sure that's a Buda? Es used a 4-cyl gas like a WD-45 tractor. There might be somebody looking for the pickup head. I'd adapt it to my K2 if I was within reasonable distance, but I'm sure you're nowhere near New Jersey.

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05-05-2010 10:36:59

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 Re: AC Baldwin Gleaner E Combine in reply to Tim(nj), 05-05-2010 08:13:09  
I live near Rochester, N.Y.

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