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Brian in MI
Posted 12/1/2009 09:41 (#945179)
Subject: Gleaner E in corn pic's


Well finally got it out into the field.
had some "battle" damage though nothing serious.
Broke 1 raddle slat
Header lift cylinder attach bracket broke.
When that bracket broke it wore on axle shaft,
Axle shaft broke and destroyed bearing in final drive.
Moisture was 23% to 29% need filler bars for next season
Yeild not so good, about 100 bpa.
Need filler bars for the E if anybody has some drop me a line, Thanks.









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John e.c.MI
Posted 12/1/2009 11:12 (#945245 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's



North Center Farm supply in Armada, MI has some old Gleaners out back, they might be able to help on the filler bars. Another place to check would be Summerix Implement up north in Lachine, MI they seem to specialize in Allis equipment.

Edited by John e.c.MI 12/1/2009 11:12
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Brian in MI
Posted 12/1/2009 12:34 (#945305 - in reply to #945245)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's


John,
Thanks for the tips,

My Uncle lives out near you. Cribbins about a mile north of Gailbrath Line.
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tumbleweed
Posted 12/1/2009 12:45 (#945315 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: RE: Gleaner E in corn pic's



Princeton, Indiana
How do you expect to get any big acres if you have the grain cart dollied down at the end of the field. You need to get the grain away from that beast and keep it moving!

Great pictures.
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RBH
Posted 12/1/2009 14:10 (#945368 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's


nw mb
Neat pictures. I like to see the small operations. Thanks
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720Deere
Posted 12/1/2009 17:50 (#945521 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's



Peotone, IL 60468
No need to worry about those overhead wires with the auger out!
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TractorFixerGuy
Posted 12/1/2009 18:40 (#945574 - in reply to #945521)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's


Freeburg IL
I may still have a set of filler bars for an E around. I will check
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Dan_wcIN
Posted 12/1/2009 18:41 (#945576 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: RE: Gleaner E in corn pic's



It made a Crop - 46102
This was Dad's old E.  Pictures is from around 1970 +/-  We might have some filler plates in the barns.  I pretty sure does for an E, C, or F series. I saw some a while back. 

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Stuie
Posted 12/1/2009 23:42 (#946143 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: Sweet! nt.



Genoa, Illinois
nt.
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gough whitlam
Posted 12/2/2009 04:54 (#946273 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: Re: Gleaner E in corn pic's


Christ she is a beauty. I wish I had one.
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dixonman
Posted 12/2/2009 06:46 (#946309 - in reply to #945179)
Subject: RE: Gleaner E in corn pic's


Have filler bars and whole combine less motor pay me scrap price and come get. E would be sized perfect for my drying capacity this year.

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Brian in MI
Posted 12/2/2009 08:58 (#946443 - in reply to #946309)
Subject: RE: Gleaner E in corn pic's


Would like to, but don't have room to store another combine.
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