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Seeking L2 High Inertia Enclosed Cylinder

I'm interesting in purchasing an enclosed high inertia conventional cylinder for an L2 Gleaner. If you have one in the corner of the barn or in a retired machine that you would part with give me a shout.

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got an enclosed cylinder on an M2, but it's a bit short for you, lol


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I'll take it !

I recently had a factory diesel Gleaner CII that would have really been a beast with that cylinder. (Same cylinder width as the M)

Did the cylinder provide much improvement in your experience ?
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Did the cylinder provide much improvement in your experience ?

not really, more improvement with the quick release trap door on the front of the concave underneath.. the cylinder and the new rub bars came out of a c2 -i think- best 25$ at a wrecker i ever spent !

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what SN is the diesel C2? we have a 65 and a 67.

Much for diesel A, A2 or C down there?

Our farm purchases a combine soley on its ability to do an excellent job in all of our crops, while being fuel efficient, reliable, ruggedly built, and easy to repair. That is why we choose a Gleaner.
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