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AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine

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Bill Sanger

10-27-2003 14:31:36




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Hi, I have a Friend that has a 262 Six Gas Engine in his Gleamer Combine. My question is this Allis Chalmer's own Block? Also he is looking for a Fuel Pump for this Combine and all it say's on the pump is AC 6434. If anyone know's where we can get a pump could you let us know. Thank's In Advance




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A-C Gary

10-28-2003 13:35:41




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
Go to Spallinger Combine Parts Inc on the net or
you can email at info @ spallinger combine.com
Thier phone # is 419-358-8333 I'm sure they can
help. They have 40 aceres of combines



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Bill Sanger

10-29-2003 16:35:43




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 Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to A-C Gary, 10-28-2003 13:35:41  
Thank's A-C Gary, If we need anything else we can't find will give them a Shout!



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John

10-28-2003 11:57:26




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
The 262 is an Allis engine. Same engine that the D 19 tractor had. The only Chevy Inline 6 engines used in gleaners were the 250 and 292. Later John



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INCase

10-28-2003 10:35:57




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
The engine is a Chevy. THere is a junk farm equipment dealer around Bristol (or Bristolville?), OH not "too far" from the Trumble/Ashtabula Co. line. I think.. but not sure as I haven't been there, they are on Rt 46???? I found them on a web search and have that info somewhere at home. Have yous tried Sandy Lake implement in Sandy Lake,PA or Elders in Stoneboro, PA (they used to be a good dealer for Oliver's ect. but may be able to help with AGCO stuff now??) They are both a bit closer than Whitmer's in Columbiana. There used to be small AC dealers all over Ash. county but most died off about 25-30 years ago.

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Tracy B

10-28-2003 10:30:26




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
I assume function is the mission here and not show. If so, your local auto parts store should have a generic electric fuel pump that would not be difficult to install...



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JHILL

10-28-2003 08:26:43




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
I think that engine is a 262 Chevrolet six. The one in my F Gleaner is. All the Chevrolet parts fit.



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JWC

10-27-2003 16:55:22




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
I put one on my CII about a dozen years ago. I picked it up from my local Allis Dealer. Have you checked with an AGCO dealer?



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Bill Sanger

10-27-2003 17:36:27




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 Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to JWC, 10-27-2003 16:55:22  
Thanks JWC, We checked at our Local Agco Dealer (Witmer's) and they said they did'nt have one. Were located in Ashtabula, County Ohio.



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JWC

10-28-2003 04:56:42




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 Re: Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 17:36:27  
Try getting in touch with Haney Equipment company in Athens, AL. He has been an Allis dealer since about 1967 or 1969 and handles the AGCO ALLIS and Gleaner products in that area. He may have a NOS unit if it is not currently available in the AGCO catalogs. There are still a lot of old Gleaners running in that area. His parts department always served us well.



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Bill Sanger

10-29-2003 16:44:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to JWC, 10-28-2003 04:56:42  
Thank's JWC, We called Haney's yesterday and they had the pump in stock. Had the pump over nighted, got the pump today at 10:00am. Bolted it on about Noon and it work's fine!!!! Thank's so Much!!!



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Bill Sanger

10-27-2003 16:43:44




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 Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 14:31:36  
Sorry "Gleaner Combine".



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Bob

10-27-2003 20:37:38




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 Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-27-2003 16:43:44  
I don't know about the Gleaner thing. Those combines sure did "GLEAM" in the sun when all the galvanized tin was new!

The GREEN neighbors called our Gleaners Silver Seaders, and we retorted with The Long Green Line
(refering to the thrown over grain that sprouted behind their Deeres!)



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Bill Sanger

10-29-2003 16:47:21




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 Re: Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bob, 10-27-2003 20:37:38  
Bob, That's Funny!!!! I like that one!!



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Greg

10-29-2003 21:53:53




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 262 CII Gleamer Engine in reply to Bill Sanger, 10-29-2003 16:47:21  
We always called them "Galvanized Bird Feeders".



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