Any Gleaner models to stay away from?
We have an R62, by far easiest machine to work on. Parts are a reasonable price, does a very nice job. I wouldn't be afraid to buy an older...
Had an L2 years ago. There’s a reason parts are so available. You will need them!
My friends dad has one for sale. He has retired and is selling stuff off the farm. It’s a nice combine with low hours.
I’ve had an R50 & an R52, they are both very usable and reliable. I would look for a later model version with the longer shoe. With that you...
Depends if you are full time or part time. I have an F for 300 acres and it produces an exceptional sample. N’s are known to be problematic.
Switched to a R52 this year ran wheat great and can't wait for corn and beans glad I switched to it so far. Run under 500 acres.
I am no problem finding parts for ************
Id go with an R they are out there for decent money
We have an R62 and it has done well for us
L's and m's are great machines, plentiful parts and easy to work on.
There are a lot of L's and M's out there still being used and many common parts available. N's had some issues, so stay away from those, but...
I would just stay away from all Gleaners period. We used to have an N5 and it was nothing but breakdowns and hard to round up parts