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Gleaner E engine, 226cube in ?

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07-03-2003 06:11:08

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I have a Gleaner E combine that I am going to pull the complete power unit off of, the engine was rebuilt just before it was parked. I am wondering if it is the 226 cubic inch engine, like fits in WD-45s and D-17 tractors, it is too good of an engine to waste, what all will it work in, and what is it worth ? Thanks, John

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07-03-2003 10:06:57

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 Re: Gleaner E engine, 226cube in ? in reply to earlschieb, 07-03-2003 06:11:08  
The E engine is basically the D17 engine- same block, but slight differences such as I believe the combine engine used a fuel pump so the casting is a bit different, and unnedded when put into a tractor. E engines are in demand for replacement into the D17.

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