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Gleanor E motor?

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03-06-2002 22:55:16

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Can anyone tell me the best way to identify a gleanor motor, I think there is a person running one in an Allis WC in antique class. But I can't tell what it is. Normally it would be a U block and I'm positive its not.

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03-08-2002 09:04:36

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 Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to Kurt, 03-06-2002 22:55:16  

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03-07-2002 08:03:25

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 Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to Kurt, 03-06-2002 22:55:16  
I have heard that the "E" engine is a good choice for use in the older AC's... They have more Main Bearings, don't they.?? I couldn't care less about "Pulling" them.....!! I just work the _hit out of them...!!

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03-07-2002 06:35:14

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 Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to Kurt, 03-06-2002 22:55:16  
To answer your question, you can ID the combine engine easily. It will always have a place on the side of the block for a mechanical fuel pump. It will probably have a plate over it.
Next, why does it matter? You can take a WC 201 engine and put a 45 crank, and anything else you want from any 226 engine right into the same block and you would never know. So again so what if he is running a combine engine.

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03-07-2002 20:36:07

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 Re: Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to geb, 03-07-2002 06:35:14  
It matters becuase this "WC" is running wheel adapters with 16.9-38 wheels hes saying is factory. The engine in this tractor is well over 2000 rpm's and it just screams. And where I live there is no Divisions like you talk about its either antique or mod. farm stock. But there is a rule about it being an original block.

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03-07-2002 10:23:00

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 Re: Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to geb, 03-07-2002 06:35:14  
It's a D17 engine identification. He is totally
legal unless you have a pure stock class. NATPA has declared them legal for Divisions II on up. I have one and can't tell any difference between it and the U3019 block with M&W's at WC rpm's. The "E" will make big power though if you let him run over 2000rpms though. The main bearings are 3.000 diameter as opposed to 2.437 on wc/wd/wd45 blocks.

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03-07-2002 02:31:18

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 Re: Gleanor E motor? in reply to Kurt, 03-06-2002 22:55:16  
Can this WC pull? If it can then it has an illegal engine.

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