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Discussion in 'Agricultural Equipment' started by southernman13, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. southernman13

    southernman13 Senior Member

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    What engines were in these combines? We have one we’re going to scrap possibly. I know nothing about it. Looks to be intact. Is there anything of value on them. It just seem shameful to scrap a piece like that lol. Probably not worth anything. Just putting it out there before we demolish it. Thanks
     
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    F2s were Allis engined, Diesel or GM for Gas.
     
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    Oh it’s definitely diesel I was just wondering if it was an Allis Chalmers engine there’s a lot of wasp around that I didn’t really want to get that close to look lol
     
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    If a six popper will be the same as my 180, 301ci, if turbocharged likely same as a 190XT or 200 also a 301 or possibly a 426 like a 210/220. Four banger most likely the Perkins/Perkapiller they used in the 170s.
     
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    Sorry my bad. It’s a 4 banger. Idk if it was parked in running condition. It’s been sitting a while I’d say. I can’t see me ever doing anything with it but it’s killing me not to get the engine out if it.
     
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    Always worth pulling it, Combines were Hydro drive so will have a large scale Hydraulics system attached!!!
     
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    Tenfo thanks
     
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    Yeah, look at Farm Show Magazine, see all the things people have built out of combine drive trains. That part is usually good, cause they don't run much per year.
     
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