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    Posted: 13 Dec 2019 at 12:47pm
Restoring a G Gleaner combine, Looking for any available parts, Would like to find a chopper, if possible.
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3 or 4 years ago
...... Maybe 6...there was a real pretty G with 301 gas engine that sold for something like $700 here in MN. Wouldn't have been much restoring to do to it either. Some local guy bought it and I'm sure it's still parked in whatever spot he drove it to from the sale.
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I have a parts g combine. Located in central mn. Has chopper.
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I also have a g gleaner for parts in south central Minnesota. Has a chopper, complete except for the motor.
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I see you're located in Martinsville, I - is this Indiana or Illinois? Bryant Combine Salvage in Bryant In. would be a good place to contact, they have several older Gleaners on their lot.
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I have a G combine complete except motor a lot of really good sprockets and chains

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Thanks for all of the replies, I have 1 located at this time about 90 miles from me, Can't meet up until the first week in January, I will keep up with the replies in case this doesn't work out, Glad to know there is so many people with parts. Thanks Steve
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If I remember correctly there is a serial number break on G’s. A lot of parts were changed.
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Have 2 parts machines and 1 runner. 1 parts G has the diesel and 1 has no motor. I'm likely too far for parts shipping for most . Taking parts off these old G's is not a winter time thing either (both are outside).

Allis engineers made some changes (actually more than I thought) over their model life so some of the parts are different depending on year.

My G runner is a late model diesel, hydro tranny which I think is quite rare, factory air with tilt cab. I've always shedded it. Likely should find it a new home.
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Originally posted by Steve Bright Steve Bright wrote:

Thanks for all of the replies, I have 1 located at this time about 90 miles from me, Can't meet up until the first week in January, I will keep up with the replies in case this doesn't work out, Glad to know there is so many people with parts. Thanks Steve
 
Just exactly what STATE are you from ??!! This might help with responses Wink
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Steve !
   I am in the midst of doing the same thing.My G is a 1972 with chev 350 and standard drive.
    I also have a 69 with the 301 gas passer that I had to turn into a part machine.Lots of the parts are different for sure.
    Agco has a few parts left for these machines but check prices carefully.An example is the feeder beater guides(plastic) 2 years ago were around 100(canadian) bucks for 25 and now they were asking 340 for the same package !!!The feeder beater shafts were only 90 bucks for both of them which was cheaper than getting new shafts cut at the local machine shop.
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