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CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called.

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lucky2

02-07-2016 08:38:37




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I just bought a stand alone engine. looks like a c-60 like would be in a cub. Owner said previous owner pulled it out of a combine. Doesn't seem like it would run any kind of combine. Thinking about selling it because I really am not sure what i'm going to do with it besides store it. I was trying to determine value but can not find any information because I can't remember what they are called. Dad says it might have run a baler or a pump but seemed small even for a baler. Any thoughts as to use and what it is called?

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lucky2

02-08-2016 16:10:37




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is calle in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
47 fivewindow...must have a Chevy pickup? I have a 49 5 window. Neat trucks













We had a cub engine on an irrigation pump. Belt drive.[/quote]



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DeltaRed

02-07-2016 16:05:11




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
They are called "power units". They were used on numerous inplements.Mostly balers and small combines.'Cub' units were marginal on power. The C113 and C123(A and C tractor) were much better



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jeffcat

02-08-2016 00:29:08




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to DeltaRed, 02-07-2016 16:05:11  
If I am correct the CUB engine is a C-60 so it is even littler. Around 10hp unless you have a very late production like my 1977 tractor that is supposed to have 15hp.



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Owen Aaland

02-07-2016 15:34:41




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is calle in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
The 64 combine was one of the machines that was available with either engine.



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True Son

02-07-2016 11:47:17




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
My dad had an IH 64 Combine but it had the 113 A or C engine in it. Worked very well.



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Dr. EVIL

02-07-2016 09:58:56




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
50-T baler used the C-60 engine too. The 55-T baler was much higher capacity and used the C-113 from the A/B/C tractors.

Easy to control feed rates into engine driven implements, just lower engine speed of the tractor pulling the implement. I learned how to drive the neighbor's WD-45 when I was about 9-10 years old pulling a 55-T with the engine drive. Had to learn how to drive and rake hay all over again when the neighbor bought a #37 PTO driven baler.

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Denny ('60 Lo-Boy)

02-07-2016 09:13:53




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is calle in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
Yes, they were used on combines and balers as well as other applications. They may look small but you have to remember they were running a 42 inch combine. :shock:



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lucky2

02-07-2016 09:11:51




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is calle in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
Thanks Bob. Are yours c-60s? Yes a cub engine is not blessed with power. They would have come off from something not self propelled. Dad says they had a pull behind combine 42" wide and it worked the snot out of Grandpas John Deere B. A JD B is waaay more tractor than a Cub.



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gene bender

02-07-2016 11:37:10




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is calle in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 09:11:51  
You are forgetting the Cub just ran the combine not pull it also



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Bob

02-07-2016 08:49:57




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to lucky2, 02-07-2016 08:38:37  
"Power unit."

I've got two of 'em (not in very good shape) I was told came of of combines, I dunno, before my time.

That's pretty far off from the 500 to 600 HP engines on big combines now, isn't it!



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AJB-830

02-07-2016 10:24:56




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to Bob, 02-07-2016 08:49:57  
Bob, Yes they came off of combines. My dad had an IH 64 combine that had the C60 engine on it. I think it was about a 1958 model. My dad put a starter on it as he didn't like cranking it. Al



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fastfarmall

02-07-2016 19:57:04




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to AJB-830, 02-07-2016 10:24:56  
that must of been a 62 IHC combine, a 64 came with a 123, and could manhandle that easy. My dad bought a new one in 53.



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AJB-830

02-07-2016 21:18:37




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to fastfarmall, 02-07-2016 19:57:04  
No ours was a 64. I still have the combine and the engine. I believe some of the later 64 combines did have an "A" engine or the 123. Not sure what year our 64 was built as I think my dad bought it used around 1958. I still have the operator's manual and will check what engine is listed. I believe when the IH 76 combine came out that replaced the 64, they all had the 123. Al



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Hugh McKinney

02-07-2016 19:19:09




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to AJB-830, 02-07-2016 10:24:56  
My uncle once broke his arm trying to hand crank a Wisconsin V4 engine on a Deere baler. It kicked back on him.



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47fivewindow

02-07-2016 21:12:33




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 Re: CRS...I cant remember what a stand alone engine is called. in reply to Hugh McKinney, 02-07-2016 19:19:09  

We had a cub engine on an irrigation pump. Belt drive.



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