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E Gleaner Engine

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11-06-2012 07:50:54

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I have a few questions about this engine. Will they run 2300rpms and handle it well? And do these engines have a set speed gov or do I need a gov from a WD/45/D17? Im planing to put one in a tractor this winter so if anyone has one running id be interested. Im in SW Indiana. Thanks.

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c leddy

11-12-2012 18:25:19

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 Re: E Gleaner Engine in reply to Gariana, 11-06-2012 07:50:54  
Well okay. That is a different story.2300 Rpm is out of the question but they were made to run at a governered speed all day long as the other reader mentioned 1650 RPM(not confirmed). On a combine there is idle speed and then operating speed wide open and it is governed or the engine would blow up on a down hill turn which it doesn't do. Sure at half throttle there is control but maybe not as good as a Allis tractor would have but then sounds like you have your own project you are trying. Go for it and good luck.

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11-12-2012 10:10:36

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 Re: E Gleaner Engine in reply to Gariana, 11-06-2012 07:50:54  
I put an Gleaner E engine on a WD-45 tractor. I had the old tractor engine and transfered the Governer mechanisim over to the gleaner engine but kept the spin-on Oil Filter. It is a good upgrade since the combine engines are almost free and more powerful engines. You should try to do it right with the correct control linkages.

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11-12-2012 10:53:50

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 Re: E Gleaner Engine in reply to cleddy, 11-12-2012 10:10:36  
Ok thank you I was going to use this engine in something other than a Allis. I have a belt driven gov that ill try out.

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11-07-2012 07:08:54

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 Re: E Gleaner Engine in reply to Gariana, 11-06-2012 07:50:54  
The throttle on those engines only over rides the governor. As far as holding up at 2300 RPMs, I doubt they would stay together for long at that speed as that is nearly 50% above factory governed speed. Factory governed speed was 1650.


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mike a

11-17-2012 08:38:13

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 Re: E Gleaner Engine in reply to jbp, 11-07-2012 07:08:54  
use the tractor gov.assembly,buy a 175 allis tractor gov.spring about$40,this should give you about 2000 rpm's no-load.

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