I had a neighbor just have a combine fire from his L2.. great old combine. The fire was in they hydro and burned out under the cab.
Still has a good engine and most of the parts.
They rigged up hydraulics and pulled it home. The fire was not severe. Once it ran out of hydraulics it pretty much went out.
Engine and walkers are good and so is the rattle chain. So if you need parts... Let me know. [email protected]. I dont get on here often anymore.
Had a good 4x4. They bought an 8570 Massey and are really happy with it.
You don't have to much of a mechanic to see that there is a problem here. A housing that contains no reliable method of pressure relief will eventually displace the bearing seals. Just pop a seal out of the bearing with a pocket knife and you will see how fragile they are. Its real easy to do...
One thing I have heard on here often is that Gleaners are cheap to maintain compared to other brands and I'm wondering how closely you actually track that?
I've owned a Gleaner S67 for almost 5 years now. I know I haven't been the biggest Gleaner proponent for the last year or so but there is...
A buddy and I are playing around with an old A. It had a 6B-230 on it. We have the 230 tore apart, but we have a 262 off of a C here that runs great. We'd like to put it on there, but the 12in longer housing is throwing us. Do the flywheel housings interchange between engines? Any ideas?