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AC 860 cotton stripper

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kevin

02-24-1999 08:21:14




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This probably isn't the right place to ask for info, as my machine is relatively new (circa 1970). I own and operate an AC 860 cotton stripper and would like to know which model Gleaner it is adapted from; any historical info on these machines would be greatly appreciated. It has the 301 six cylinder diesel (according to the manual). It lacks power and I would appreciate any info on how to boost it (safely). I harvested 150 acres of UNR cotton with it last year, and while it was okay, I think there is room for improvement.

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doug

03-01-2001 18:45:22




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 Re: AC 860 cotton stripper in reply to kevin, 02-24-1999 08:21:14  
I am looking for a boll cleaner like on the 860
stripper or some of the latter model john deer
strippers if any body knows of one or of a salvage
yard somewhere in the southeast that may have one
i would love to hear from you.

Thanks Doug email huss1@ureach.com



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Ted Buisker

03-14-1999 17:47:25




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 Re: AC 860 cotton stripper in reply to kevin, 02-24-1999 08:21:14  
If the 301 is not turbo charged now, that would help a lot, probably 10 - 15 HP, If it is already turboed try adding an intercooler from a 7020. In either case you will have to keep the cooling system in top shape to prevent overheating. Good luck. TED



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