Literature and Brochures

Literature and Brochures
S67 & S77 Combines & Headers
The Story of the Super Series
Engineers were once convinced they could not expand on the very efficient and effective design of the transverse combine because
combines could not be wider. In 2008, AGCO engineers solved this problem by increasing the diameter of the rotor. The added
capacity of the rotor led to needed increases in the accompanying systems for cleaning and handling grain. The combine was
completed with several other functional improvements based on years of testing and refining the platform.
The Super Series is unique in that it gained capacity without increasing machine weight and actually decreased fuel consumption
per bushel harvested. The new design retains or improves elements of earlier designs that have provided Gleaner its legendary low
loss levels and high sample quality.
The resulting machines offer all the nimbleness of our prior R Series with a significant increase in capacity and capability. For those
farmers who want all of the performance without all the bulk, we present to you our latest innovation: the Gleaner Super Series.
This incredible design is the result of a partnership that joins engineering with field smarts. We like to say it’s the perfect marriage of
ideas and practicality.
The Gleaner difference
The Gleaner difference
The Gleaner Super Series is built to help you get a job done. Because of this, we’ve organized the information in this booklet around your needs and your
operation. Simply look up the details most important to your operation below and you’ll see how we’re completely better and completely different from
everyone else.
1. You want to reduce grain loss
Grain loss occurs in two areas: at the rotor due to incomplete threshing
and poor separation and at the cleaning shoe.
The Gleaner Super Series continues the tradition of using a threshing and
separating area that is open 360 degrees. This matters because it allows
free grain that is ready to separate to do so instead of spinning inside the
rotor until the grate area opens back up. The larger rotor and cage has
more surface area for even more effective threshing and separating.
The Gleaner Super Series is the only combine designed with accelerator
rolls that propel the grain through a curtain of air created by the
transverse fan. This curtain of air pre-cleans the material before it reaches
the shoe, which reduces the amount of material build-up on the shoe
and improves overall cleaning efficiency.
2. You want less slope sensitivity
Instead of relying on gravity, which adversely affects material falling from
the rotor to the cleaning shoe, the accelerator rolls propel grain and chaff
from the rotor through the air blast at four times the speed of free fall and
onto the shoe. As the force of gravity shifts on slopes, the accelerator
rolls still focus the material directly toward the shoe. Additionally, the
fact that much of the cleaning occurs in the air blast before the material
reaches the shoe means there is less material build-up, which is often
what leads to loss in hillside conditions.
3. You want to prevent plugging
Ideally a combine processor likes to be fed with a flat and consistent
crop mat.
Plugging occurs in the feeding system for two reasons: forcing more
material into a space that is too small and trying to stuff material into a
space instead of pulling the flat crop material in.
The Gleaner Super Series rotor is fed by two four-strand feed chains. The
second chain operates faster than the first so material is consistently drawn
instead of pushed. The second feed chain remains in a fixed position,
which is important because it means the angle of feeding into the rotor
never changes. Finally, because of the transverse configuration, a flat even
width of crop material travels directly from the feeder house up into the
rotor. The crop mat is not shifted, turned, beaten, compressed or pushed
into the rotor as in the majority of other combine designs. Instead, the
rotor’s action draws the crop up and in for smooth, uniform feeding.
4. You want more time harvesting and less time unloading
The two-auger design produces an average unloading rate of 4 bushels
per second, the fastest unloading system available on any combine. The
foldable, grain bin extensions allow a grain bin capacity of 390 bushels,
which is one the largest grain bin capacity available on any combine on
the market today.
5. You want to reduce grain damage
The gentle 360-degree threshing system allows grain to pass through
the cage after it is threshed instead of staying within the rotor cage
until it comes to an opening. This reduces the chance that grain will be
damaged during threshing.
6. You want to reduce field compaction
The Gleaner Super Series S77 is the lightest Class VII rotary combine built.
7. You want to negotiate wet fields when needed
The two-auger design produces an average unloading rate of 4 bushels
per second, one of the fastest unloading systems available on any
combine. The standard, foldable, grain bin extensions allow a grain bin
capacity of 390 bushels, which is the largest grain bin capacity on a
class VI or VII combine available on the market today.
8. You want to get back in the field quickly if there is an issue
with the machine
Gleaner combines are built to be easily serviceable. The rotor in the
Super Series can be removed in as little as 30 minutes. The majority
of main service points are accessible at ground level. Belts, drives and
pulleys are conveniently placed where they are readily accessible.
9. You want to be confident in your investment
Gleaner combines have a remarkable longevity, confirmed by the many
decades-old Gleaner combines still harvesting. Gleaner combines
have always maintained their resale value based on independent used
equipment pricing guides. Gleaner combines are supported by our
state-of-the-art AGCO full stocking parts distribution centers based in
Batavia, Illinois, Kansas City, Missouri and Regina, Saskatchewan as well
as regional parts centers around North America. You can be confident in
faithful support and reliable service as long as you own your machine.
competitive machines and the Gleaner models they replace in observed
benchmark testing.
12.You want clean, high-quality grain
The crop is fed into the Gleaner rotor instead of being pushed in with
a beater system. The result is less cob breakage and cob presence in
the sample. The exclusive accelerator rolls propel grain through a highvelocity air blast. Then the material is cleaned a second time on the shoe
where air lifts lighter material with an upward blast and pushes it out the
combine with an outward-facing blast.
13.You want to be able to harvest higher moisture and green
stem crops
The Gleaner Natural Flow system provides a smoother flow of material
through the processor and eliminates the pinch point competitive
machines experience in high-moisture and green stem conditions. Crop
spends less time in the processor, reducing horsepower requirements.
The larger-diameter rotor, 4-section; 17-bar concave and wider constantpitch helical vanes provide more capacity and minimize grain loss. The
mid-air cleaning system pre-cleans the crop and gets much of the
potentially shoe-clogging material out of the cleaning process early.
We want those harvest days to take the least toll on you and your
combine. The cab on the Super Series is designed with long-day
comfort and convenience in mind and features a high-back supercomfort seat and available Premier™ heated and cooled seat.
11.You want to use less fuel
Gleaner Super Series are the only combines with a unitized welded
frame, and because they weigh far less than many other combines
and feature efficient straight-through drives and new Tier 4i compliant
engines, the efficiency of the Super Series translates into fuel savings.
These machines are harvesting more and consuming less fuel than
The Gleaner difference
10.You want to be comfortable while harvesting
New on S67 & S77
New on S67 & S77
The new standard features included in the base
version are the following:
Straw chopper
New, smaller-diameter straw chopper drum helps a greater volume of
material move through, while reducing horsepower requirements by 5 HP.
Front and rear feed conveyor system
Optimized capacity of 4-strand front feed
conveyor chain by changing feed slat
configuration resulting in faster release of
crop to rear feed conveyor.
Rear accelerator roll shaft
The rear accelerator roll shaft diameter has been increased from 1 3/8” to
1 ½” with larger bearing and new cast bearing support to provide longer
life at higher density crop throughputs.
The new rear feed conveyor drive features a 50% increase in hp. that
can be taken through it; 2B belt drive features (5) new pulleys, 2 belts,
and larger Walterscheid feeder house slip clutch; 10% speed differential
to front feed conveyor creates a hyper-pull system, still keeping flat
consistent crop mat, never changing direction but feeding Tritura™
processor quicker and reducing pinch points for greater capacity.
Auto-Guidance ready
Clean grain auger trough
8-inch front feed drum
Larger and deeper clean grain auger trough; lowered cross auger below
centerline of trough to maintain speed to avoid cracking
the grain, but increasing capacity to move grain away
from shoe quicker; this change along with
heavier paddles and 550 chain increases
elevator capacity by 30% (5,000 bu.
hour elevator rating). A simplified elevator
with incorporated curved lip provides better
sealing of
the elevator boot.
This smaller drum has the same diameter as rear feed drum for more
material flow into feed conveyor system allowing higher throughput.
This feature is standard, incorporating steering valve, steering angle
sensor, wiring harness, bracket and quick connect for top dock. The
machine is now ready to accept the optional AUTO-GUIDE 3000
guidance system or any other AGCO approved guidance system.
Grain bin and sill clean out holes
New clean out holes provide better drainage and clean out for fast
changeover of different crop varieties.
Spout extension cover
2-piece welded steel rotor
This new rotor is 250 lbs. lighter requiring less startup torque. Cylinder
bars incorporate 5/8” Grade 8 hardware and are torqued to 170 ft. lbs. of
torque. Robotically welded to within exacting tolerances and balanced at
our Hesston facility for improved rotor performance.
New enclosed cover on 14” spout extension at the end of grain bin
unloader for increased reach and more accurate grain placement into
grain carts and trucks. Pillow bearing with cast support in the end of
auger has been added for increased reliability in heavier crop conditions.
LED shoe light
New LED light has been added inside shoe
area for full night visibility. Convenient switch
on the left side of machine provides easy
Additional rear ladder step
Auto-Guide 3000
New step has been added to rear engine deck power fold ladder to provide
easier access even with the largest tires.
Optional Auto-Guide 3000 guidance system
provides a lower cost guidance system that
provides a 72-channel receiver, new lighter
top dock with snap in modules, integrated
Auto-Guide screen into current C2100 monitor
standard sub-meter, WAAS and OmniStar VBS,
accuracy from the factory.
Premier™ heated and cooled seat
The new optional Premier™ vented high back
seat with leather bolster on seat bottom and
back provides support and comfort to minimize
fatigue and maximize operator comfort for those
long days.
SmartCooling System
The optional AE50 Award winning
SmartCooling™ System consists of a variable pitch cooling fan with reversing
capability. The “Smart” system monitors key temperatures, coolant, intake
air, and hydraulic oil and varies the fan pitch automatically resulting in only the
necessary amount of cooling provided. The
reduction in fan pitch results in a significant
increase in available horsepower and can save
fuel. SmartCooling™ is not designed only for cool
weather; the system will reduce the horsepower
draw of the fan by more than 50% on a 90º F
(32º C) day. When the separator is engaged,
the fan will reverse pitch at full speed rotation for
5 seconds every 15 minutes to clean radiator,
coolers and rotary screen. This reversed blast
of air easily removes debris such as soybean
fuzz and chaff. It will then revert back to a 40º
degree pitch for 15 seconds to clean the engine
compartment and then return back to its variable
pitch position.
AgCam camera system
New factory optional AgCam video cameras and monitor.
Choose from 2 cameras than can run through C2100
terminal or choose the Quad display that provides up to 4
cameras that can be shown simultaneously on the Quad
display monitor. Position cameras in grain bin, cleaning shoe,
processor or unloader tube and provide unparalleled visibility
in and around the machine right from your seat. Gleaner cab
is already pre-wired for monitor and external camera cable
NightSight™ lighting
NightSight™ lighting features (4) HID (High Intensity
Discharge lights) in cab roof, (2) additional LED
lights on lower cab and (1) LED row finder light.
This provides unparalleled lighting at night for more
comfortable operation and reduced operator fatigue.
New on S67 & S77
The new optional features are the following:
Heart and Soul of a Gleaner
Heart and Soul of a Gleaner
While the Super Series is a new model for Gleaner, its components are not untested technology. Over eight decades, the Gleaner combine has become
known for its unique design and performance and many of those unique attributes and mechanisms remain in this latest edition. The Gleaner performance
comes from the combination of our own patented processes and components with a design unlike any of our competitors.
Here’s what makes a Gleaner unique:
Two-stage, four-strand gathering chain system. This allows the cylinder to be smoothly fed at the same angle regardless of the header height. The long
feeder house with lowered rear feed floor provides an increase of 65 in² (420 cm²) to allow a smooth and higher flow of material.
The Natural Flow™ transverse rotor in our Tritura processor keeps crop moving in one uninterrupted direction directly from the header, into the rotor and out
the rear of the machine.
Distribution augers to spread material evenly before it enters the cleaning process, allowing a uniform ribbon of material without the uneven feeding and
bunching of other designs.
Accelerator rolls that speed the crop's descent, allowing more air to clean the crop more thoroughly with reduced sensitivity to hills and slopes without the
expense and complexity of self-leveling cleaning systems.
Transverse fan with exclusive two-stage cleaning. The first stage cleans heavy material right beneath the accelerator rolls, pushing chaff out the rear of
the combine. The second stage comes up through the sieve and chaffer, lifting remaining chaff and carrying it out the rear of the combine. This greatly
improves cleaning efficiency over competitive designs.
Fully welded frame keeps the S7 Series solid, strong and provides a stable foundation for all shafts and components.
Low center of gravity, heavy final drives and welded frames on the S7 Series provide for a standard bin capacity of 390 bushels (13,743 L) on the S67 and
the S77, which is the largest bin capacity on any class VI or class VII combine in the industry.
Unique "Direct Flow" two-auger design features a large 12” (305 mm) grain bin cross auger that feeds the 14” (356 mm) swivel unloader auger. Because
we use only two augers versus the 90-degree turns of competitive three or more auger turret systems, you deliver better grain quality with less
component wear, combined with reduced horsepower and fuel requirements.
Heart and Soul of a Gleaner
Weight and Height
Weight and Height
Transport Height
Even with one of the largest grain bin capacities on any combine in
the industry, the Gleaner S67/S77’s unique standard power foldable
390-bushel bin extensions fold down in under 20 seconds with the flip of
a switch to an overall height of 12.41 feet. This can make a big difference
when transporting or storing the combine.
Height with bin extensions in transport position
Height with bin extensions in operating position
Center of Gravity
The rotor in a Gleaner sits in the center of the combine. This allows the
grain tank to sit low and wrap around the processor. The result is more
grain bin capacity that provides a low center of gravity in the machine. Our
competitors must accommodate their axial rotor in order to fit their grain bin
in the combine. This places the weight higher creating a higher center of
gravity and smaller grain bin capacity.
Gleaner S77
390 bu.
12.41 ft.
14.16 ft.
JD S670
300 bu.
12.69 ft.
15.5 ft.
CaseIH 7230
315 bu.
12.91 ft.
14.16 ft.
Extra weight requires more horsepower to achieve
the same result as a lighter machine. With the 2011
John Deere 9770¹, it’s nearly the equivalent of towing a
John Deere 5055D, 2-wheel drive tractor behind your
Gleaner any time you take the machine out in the field.
2012 JD S670
+ 15,763 lbs.
And unfortunately, the new 2012 John Deere S670¹
weighs almost 16,000 lbs. more than a Gleaner S77.
This extra weight requires 30 hp just to move the
laden weight difference of the two machines through
the field. That’s the equivalent of pulling a John Deere
6170R, 2-wheel drive tractor behind your Gleaner.
2011 JD 9770 STS
+ 4,098 lbs.
2012 CaseIH 7230
+ 7,511 lbs.
For the 2012 CaseIH 7230¹ you’ll have to hook up
a CaseIH Farmall Series 85U tractor with MFD and
a cab. And for the 2011 CaseIH 7120¹, strap on a
CaseIH Farmall Series 80 tractor with 2-wheel drive
and ROPS behind your Gleaner to travel up every
hill, through every mud puddle and down every road.
2011 CaseIH 7120
+ 5,791 lbs.
And for the 2012 New Holland 9060², your looking
at pulling a New Holland T 4.75 Powerstar tractor
with 4-wheel drive and a cab with you behind your
Gleaner everywhere you go.
2012 NH 9060
+ 6,196 lbs.
Grain Tank Grain Weight³ Total Weight
Gleaner S77 2WD 29,740
390 bu.
JD 9770 2WD
300 bu.
JD S670 2WD
300 bu.
CIH 7120 2WD
315 bu.
CIH 7230 2WD
315 bu.
NH 9060 2WD
315 bu.
NOTE: Dimensions taken from manufaturer’s published product literature. ¹ Total weight with 35’ draper header attached. ² 36’ draper header. ³ Estimated @ 60 lbs. per bushel @ 17% moisture (soybeans). † Horsepower
requirement achieved by multiplying an engineering calculation of rolling resistance (CRR) (an estimated 0.00196) by the weight difference in the Difference vs. Gleaner column.
Weight and Height
Weight (35’ Weight w/
Difference vs. Required†
Weight (lbs.) draper) (lbs.) Header (lbs.) Gleaner (lbs.) (hp)
One of the main things that makes a Gleaner Super Series unique is the Natural Flow™ feeding and threshing. With the rotor setting the width of the combine,
the crop does not compress or change directions when moving from the feeder house to the rotor.
The process begins as grain enters the machine through the 69-inch (1,752 mm) long by 39.5-inch (1,003 mm) wide feeder house that is powered by an 8
5/8-inch (219 mm) diameter front feed drum. The feeder house can be reversed with the touch of a button from the operator’s seat in the event of a plug.
The feeder house pivots vertically at the first chain, anchoring the rear chain on a fixed angle regardless of header height. The second chain outpaces the first
by 6 percent to prevent bunching. Four-strand undershot feed chains offer 33 percent more chain support than competitive three-strand feed chains to help
prevent bent feeder slats.
In addition to keeping the crop moving in a smooth ribbon from feeding to threshing, the Natural Flow system has an additional feature that distinguishes it
from competitors’ designs. Because the rotor is moving in line with the way the crop is fed into the machine, material is pulled into the rotor rather than being
pushed in from the feeding system. This is a significant advantage in ensuring smooth feeding and reducing plugs. Bottlenecks are reduced because a
Gleaner does not narrow the crop mat when moving from the feeder house to the rotor. The width of crop mat remains the same from the time it enters the
feeder house to the time it enters the rotor, also reducing plugs and increasing threshing efficiency.
Natural Flow
We call our feeding system Natural Flow™ because the crop material
flows straight into the combine, straight into and around the rotor
and straight out the back. Our competitors shift the crop’s path and
change its direction requiring more horsepower to do the same
threshing and separating as the Gleaner.
Our competitors’ designs, which include either a beater or “elephant
ears,” have to stuff, bunch and shear the crop mat in order to feed
their rotor. Our rotor is fed naturally and directly to ensure even and
consistent threshing.
Feeder House
While a Gleaner has a narrower feeder house than other combines,
the opening that feeds the rotor is actually wider. This is because
Gleaner does not narrow or compress the crop mat as this would
cause wear, bunching and crop damage.
Once in the rotor, separation takes place throughout the full 360 degrees of the rotor cage, meaning better effectiveness with less power.
The 30-inch (762 mm) diameter CDF rotor uses six rows of 3/4-inch (18 mm) high-profile bars that are chromed and reversible in the threshing area. The bars
build just enough pressure to release grain that often escapes other rotors, while taking less of a toll between bar and cage on the green-stem material. A
4-section 17-bar concave and wider helical bars provide gentle threshing and reduce horsepower requirements.
Threshing Area
Once crop enters our rotor and threshing begins, crop separates and falls
from the rotor through a 360-degree cage. The wrap of this cage is important
because it is crucial that crop only be threshed long enough to release it
from heads, pods or cobs. Crop that remains in the threshing area can get
damaged. Our 360-degree wrap means grain exits the rotor cage once it
is threshed. Our competitors’ designs are closed on top keeping free grain
inside where it continues to impact the rotor’s threshing elements.
Gleaner is renowned for its ability to clean grain and reduce loss on slopes because of the patented accelerator rolls and two-stage cleaning process.
The cleaning process begins with distribution augers just underneath the threshing and separating system distributing the material flow into a smooth and even
cascade into the accelerator rolls.
Two larger-diameter five-fluted rubber accelerator rolls accelerate grain and chaff downward at four times the speed of free fall. The grain is then propelled
through an evenly distributed air curtain from a larger 13-inch (330 mm) diameter, cab-controlled transverse fan. Dual-stage outlets provide air for pre-cleaning
at the upper duct and final cleaning at the lower duct. The two-stage, high-velocity cleaning provides a high-quality clean tank sample, even at the highest
harvesting rates. The separated grain lands on a cushion of grain on the louvered grain pan just ahead of the chaffer.
The cascade pan has a 6-degree angle to move crop quickly to the pneumatic shoe for greater capacity in higher-moisture crops and on downhill operation.
Slope Sensitivity
A Gleaner propels grain through the air blast and onto the grain
pan. Because Gleaner does not rely on gravity to move the
grain, the direction of the grain stays consistent- even on slopes
up to 23%. Competitors require the expense, complexity and
wear of self-leveling shoes or undercarriages to match Gleaner.
Air Velocity
Our transverse system drops material in the same position
parallel to the fan. This means every piece of grain is always hit
with the same velocity of air. With an axial rotor, grain can drop
at any point on the rotor meaning grain that drops early is hit
with one air velocity while grain that drops later is hit with another
velocity. The ability to preclean the grain before the shoe and use
the shoe as a highly effective secondary cleaning system is why
it can obtain such clean grain with low loss levels.
The same issue of where grain drops from the rotor affects the
effectiveness of the shoe. The Gleaner always drops its grain and
material in the same position. Axial combines tend to unevenly
distribute grain to the cleaning shoe. This can cause grain loss
out the back of the combine.
Shoe Overload
Many axial combines due to concave design tend
to overload the cleaning shoe on one side of the
As the rear portion of the shoe becomes over
loaded with grain and MOG (material other than
grain), grain can be carried out the back of the
With Gleaner, after grain falls from the processor, a
set of distribution augers meters the crop mat into
a consistent ribbon of material. The crop is then
propelled by the accelerator rolls, through an air
blast at four times the speed of freefall and onto
the grain pan. These distribution augers insure a
uniform ribbon of crop feeding into the remainder
of the cleaning system—no matter where crop falls
from the processor.
Grain Handling
Grain Handling
The unique DirectFlow™ swivel unloader on all Gleaner S7 Series accomplishes the marvel of an average unloading speed of 4 bushels per second
throughout the entire unloading process with a larger 12-inch (305 mm) grain bin cross auger that feeds a massive 14-inch (356 mm) unloader auger. This
DirectFlow two-auger design is the basis for our S7 Series unloading system.
Because we only use two augers rather than three or more, like our competition, Gleaner provides more efficient unloading with better grain quality and less
wear. No gearboxes. No open drives. No vertical augers.
With the transition angle between the grain bin cross auger and swivel auger reduced, it means less horsepower and reduced fuel consumption to achieve
this impressive unloading rate.
The unloading auger provides a 15-foot (4.54 m) discharge height and a 23-foot (6.98 m) reach from center.
The S67 and S77 have the largest grain bin capacity of any class VI or class VII combine at 390-bushels (13,743 L) with power foldable bin extensions that
fold down in under 20 seconds to the lowest overall transport height of 12 feet 4 inches.
It also unloads the entire grain bin in 98 seconds.
Class VII Unloading Comparison
How much time do you invest to fill ten 1,000-bushel grain trucks?
Grain Tank (bu)
Average Unloading
Rate (bu/sec)
Time Per Unloading
Cycle (sec)
Unloading Cycles
Total Time Invested
Gleaner S77
4.0 peak; 4.0 avg.
JD S670
3.8 peak; 3.3 avg.
CIH 7130
3.2 peak; 3.0 avg.
CIH 7230
4.0 peak; 3.6 avg.
NH CR9060
3.7 peak; 3.3 avg.
Most competitive designs have a 4-auger unloading system with two horizontal cross
augers that feed the clean grain to the vertical auger and then to the unloading auger.
These two 90º angles require excessive engine boost horsepower while unloading.
Unfortunatley, with this design, grain is more susceptible to cracking and the
mutiple transition points create high wear areas. This higher wear area has required
manufacturers to offer costly optional packages to minimize wear. The Gleaner
exclusive 2-auger system can achieve a 4 bushel-per-second average unloading
rate all while creating less wear, better grain quality, and lower startup horsepower
requirements than the competition.
Grain Handling
A larger deeper clean grain auger trough features a lowered cross auger below
centerline of the trough to maintain speed but avoid cracking the grain, and to increase
capacity to quickly move grain away from the shoe; this change along with heavier
paddles increases elevator capacity by 30% to a 5,000 bu. per hour elevator rating.
Residue Management
Residue Management
The standard chaff spreader on the Gleaner Super Series is an integral part of the combine and uses the high volume of air passing below the accelerator
rolls to blow chaff out the back of the combine. It features an adjustable tailboard and fins to help spread shoe material into a wider swath as it leaves the
machine. There is no stripping of material and no mechanical drives in the process.
The optional hydraulic chaff spreader on all Super Series combines delivers the ultimate in chaff spreading and when used with the hydraulic straw spreader
and redesigned spreader curtain provides an even wider spread of residue for tillage, planting and chemical applications.
Straw, corn stalks and stems exit the rotor discharge where non-grain material is handled by either an impeller or chopper. To bale the straw or stover, simply
remove the standard hydraulic spreader and drop the residue into a clean, compact windrow. The Tritura™ processor delivers one of the highest quality straw
samples because the material spends less time in the processor creating longer, undamaged straw, perfect for baling .
Residue Management
The Gleaner Super Series is designed to have the fewest number of belts, chains, augers and gear drives possible to reduce the total number of moving
parts, points of potential wear or breakage and the number of hours you have to spend on service.
The walk-in rear engine compartment is the industry’s largest, and the combine’s overall low center of gravity puts most machine parts within easy reach from
the ground. Easily accessible suction-type hydraulic filters, single reservoir and sight-level tube all work to limit service time demands without risking hydraulic
system integrity.
SmartCooling System
The optional AE50 award-winning SmartCooling™ system consists of a variable pitch cooling fan with reversing capability. The
“Smart” system monitors key temperatures; coolant, intake air, and hydraulic oil and varies the fan pitch automatically resulting in
only the necessary amount of cooling provided. The reduction in fan pitch results in a significant increase in available horsepower
and can save fuel. SmartCooling is not designed only for cool weather; the system will reduce the horsepower draw of the fan
by more than 50% on a 90º F (32º C) day. When the separator is engaged, the fan will reverse pitch at full speed rotation for five
seconds every fifteen minutes to clean radiator and rotary screen. When the separator is engaged, the fan will reverse pitch at
full speed rotation for five seconds every fifteen minutes to clean radiator and rotary screen, returns to a 40 degree pitch for fifteen seconds to clean engine
compartment and then goes back to variable pitch to save horsepower and fuel.
Fan Power Savings Analysis
% of Fan Power
50 60
90 100 110120
Ambient Tempurature (°F)
Based on fan power savings analysis conducted by FLEXXAIRE.
Lower shields provide easy access to both sides of the machine.
An optional auto-lubrication system eliminates one
more tedious service task.
Standard LED night lighting package consists
of six lights for header, grain bin, unloader and
rear of combine.
Because Gleaner Super Series combines use straight-through shafts, changing belts and making adjustments to the machine is easier, which can be done with both feet on the ground, taking
less time away from your harvest. The Super Series rotor can be removed in literally a fraction of the time it takes to remove a rotor from our competitors’ combines.
The Gleaner ComforTech II™ cab and controls put comfort and convenience to work to improve the efficiency of every task and every operator. In the center
of the cab is an adjustable air-ride high-back comfort seat with armrests that positions you within an easy-to-use and efficiently laid out control and monitoring
system. An effective, automatic, climate-control system, rounded visor roof and tinted glass keep out the elements while still giving you full view. More than
120 cubic feet (3.4 cubic meters) of cab space is accessible by a 40.5-inch (1,028 mm) door. A large service door opposite the entry makes access to the
console quick and convenient, while a large rear cab window gives you a complete view into the grain tank. Further improvements such as new curved glass
and sealing materials have reduced noise levels by as much as 1.5 decibels for a more quiet comfortable environment.
New optional Premier™ vented high back heated
and cooled seat with leather bolster on the seat
bottom and back provides support and comfort to
minimize fatigue and maximize operator comfort for
those long days.
Spoil yourself with our new
optional premium sound system
which, includes AM/FM radio,
CD player, satellite ready,
weatherband and MP3 play
so you can listen to your own
Fieldstar II Systems
Add-on performance data analysis leaves too much to chance under today’s demanding farming conditions. That’s why all Gleaner combines come with
integrated Fieldstar® II yield-monitoring systems as standard equipment. Fieldstar II uses yield and moisture sensors, global positioning and the Advanced
Technology Solutions C2100 to track yield data.
Advanced Technology Solutions Yield Sensor II features:
Low profile. No need to remove sensor when folding tank extensions.
Horizontal mount for fewer slope-induced errors.
Temperature-compensated load cell and full-width impact target
reduce recalibration demands.
Corrosion-resistant stainless steel impact target.
4X+ resolution in the load cell increases accuracy in light and lowyield crops.
Other ATS features that bring precision agriculture performance to your Gleaner combine include:
Unique slim-line C2100 incorporates color touch-screen technology,
secure digital(SD) card slot and USB port for transferring data and
console programs.
Farm Works View software comes standard with all combines.
View software provides you the ability to create color maps without
additional software.
AUTO-GUIDE 3000 satellite–assisted steering
Gleaner offers new optional AUTO-GUIDE 3000 guidance system featuring 72-channel navigation satellite receiver; new TopDock which features snap in
modules to upgrade and comes from the factory set up for WAAS and OmniStar VBS signal. The new system provides integration of AUTO-GUIDE 3000
control into C2100 terminal and eliminates need for a separate screen in the cab.
Monitor combine activity from your desktop computer and iOS phone or tablet with AGCOMMAND™ telemetry options. Choose the base Standard Plus or the
Advanced system to monitor activity, performance and efficiency. Every Gleaner Super Series combine is AGCOMMAND Ready from the factory.
The DGPS antenna for the Fieldstar® II yieldmonitoring system receives its information from
the WAAS Satellite System to pinpoint the field
Easily monitor combine activity from your
desktop computer or iOS phone or tablet with
The C2100 yield monitor saves data in the
ISOBUS standard format. This format can be
used with ith most common agricultural data
management software products on the market.
Also included with every combine is a copy
of Farm Works View software. This software
allows you to create color yield and moisture
maps without buying additional software.
The Yield Sensor II measures the mass of grain
flowing through the grain elevator.
Using cutting edge Global Navigation Satellite
System technology, Gleaner’s new AUTO-GUIDE
3000 system will steer the combine through the
field. This helps the operator maintain a full cut
on the header and improves the efficiency of the
entire harvest operation and reduces operator
The AUTO-GUIDE 3000 TopDock contains
a 72-channel Global Navigation Satellite
System (GNSS) satellite receiver along with
high-end inertials that maintain accuracy in
side-hill operations. Adding the Decimeter
Snap-In Module for two to four inch accuracy
and adding a second Centimeter Snap-In
Module for less than one inch accuracy
enables the system to operate at the levels
the customer requires for their operation. With
the Centimeter Snap-In Module, the owner
can choose between a Mobile Base Station or
the use of an Internet Correction Source, such
as a Continually Operating Reference Station
The unique C2100 color display incorporates
touch-screen flexibility.
Engine and Drivetrain
Engine and Drivetrain
The Gleaner combine’s large high-torque, split hydrostatic drive unit coupled to a four-speed transmission and heavy-duty final drives provides ultimate power
and reliability. The rear adjustable steering axle and factory— or field-installed rear wheel assist (RWA) keep the combine moving through soft field conditions.
Pushing all Gleaner Class VI and VII S7 Series combines, you’ll find a dependable power and easy-to-service AGCO POWER 84 AWI liquid-cooled
turbocharged and air-to-air intercooled diesel engine. These engines feature e³ SCR clean air technology that is more fuel efficient at higher horsepower ratings
than previous models. From 314 hp (234 kW) in the S67 up to 370 hp (276 kW) to drive the S77; with power bulge on the S67 at 1,950 rpm, that jumps to 344
hp (256 kW) and a power bulge on the S77 at 1,950 rpm that jumps to 398 hp (297 kW), respectively. The rear-mounted engine distributes weight better for
less noise and vibration, and is more accessible for service and maintenance.
AGCO POWER 84 AWI Engine Features:
Four-valve-per-cylinder cross-flow head permits our engineers to
center the injector over the piston, improving fuel/air mixing to better
control emissions and fuel consumption.
Bosch common-rail fuel injection system takes its commands from
the EEM3 electronic engine management software for precise, faster
response and more power per gallon of diesel.
Three-ring pistons seal tight for efficiency and better oil control.
Dual centrally supported cylinder liners eliminate liner cavitation,
prolonging cylinder life.
AGCO POWER 84 AWI features e³ SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction)
clean air technology optimized for high performance, low particulate
emissions and lower fuel consumption (meets Tier 4i standards). A
24-gallon polyethylene tank holds Diesel Exhaust fluid (DEF) and is filled
after approximately every third diesel fill-up.
Large polyethylene fuel tank, protected by in-line canister-style
separators, ensures an adequate supply of clean fuel to feed the
Three-stage pilot injection.
Automatic fuel temperature compensation.
Lightweight, big-end connecting rods’ fracture-split production process
leaves a rough edge at the face to improve holding power and durability
while minimizing vibration.
Engine hp (Kw)
Power bulge hp (Kw) @ 1,950 rpm
Gleaner S67
314 (234)
344 (257)
Gleaner S77
370 (276)
398 (297)
Engine and Drivetrain
7200/8200 Series Headers
The 7200 Series rigid cutterbar headers begin with a welded steel frame for a solid foundation. SCH epicyclic drive system assures a faster linear cut with less
vibration. Plus, the precision factory-balanced conveyor with exclusive 7-inch. (178 mm) auger flighting ensures smooth crop flow. Available with new level-2,
HCC pickup reel in widths up to 35 feet (10.6 m). Electric, in-cab fore-and-aft reel adjustment comes standard, so you can adjust to changing crop conditions
on the fly. Available in 25’ (7.6 m), 30’ (9.1 m) and 35’ (10.6 m).
The 8200 Series flex headers start with all the standard features of the 7200, then add a choice of two sickle options: new high-capacity sickle or SCH sickle.
Its full-fingered auger with 7-inch. (178 mm) flighting ensures smooth crop flow out to its maximum 35-feet. (10.6 m) header width. Available in 20’ (6.0 m), 25’
(7.6 m), 30’ (9.1 m) or 35’ (10.6 m).
3000 Series Corn Heads
The 3000 Series corn heads remain the industry’s lowest angle corn heads, at only 21.5 degrees. Dividers slide under downed stalks and gently straighten
them for fast, easy harvesting with less damage. Standard adjustable stripper plates are electrically controlled in-cab. Available in 6-row [30” (762 mm) - 36”
(914 mm)], 8-row [36” (914 mm) - 38” (965 mm)] or 12-row [20” (508 mm) - 22” (559 mm) - 30” (762 mm)].
4200 Series Headers
The Gleaner 4200 Series high-capacity pickup headers include a 13 feet (4.0 m) or 15 feet (4.6 m) wide conveyor auger. Equipped with your choice of a
Swathmaster or Rake-Up attachment, 14 feet. (4.3 m) wide for the 13-foot header and 16 feet (4.9 m) wide for the 15-foot header, it provides a direct, smooth
crop flow through even the densest windrows. With radial pin clutch protection, the 4200 Series comes with factory-installed adapter and pickup attachment.
9250 Series DynaFlex Draper Headers
With an up to 40-foot (12.2 m) cut, the DynaFlex® allows you to take more crop efficiently to optimize combine capacity and reduce operator fatigue. The
fully flexible, cab-controlled cutterbar with up to 8 inches (203 mm) of vertical travel allows you to take crop right at ground level. The drapers’ belt slats
are reinforced with fiberglass and have v-belt guides for consistent, even tracking. Mechanically driven drapers and cutter bar offer more torque and no
requirement of a separate hydraulic system.
7200/8200 Series Features
SCH fully enclosed epicyclic sickle drive provides a smooth linear movement that reduces
stress, wear and vibration for better cutting performance.
3000 Series Features
Electric, cab-adjusted stripper plates allow the operator to make on-the-go adjustments
to meet changing crop conditions.
A self-contained, modular gearbox and torque limiter on each row unit provides greater
durability and allows easier row width adjustment.
All Headers
All electrical and hydraulic
connections are included in the
single-point multicoupler for
quick and clean hookup.
4200 Series Features
Gleaner Ultra-Float Suspension uses a heavy spring and shock system to dampen rugged terrain and smooth out the rough
spots. An advanced, hydraulically positioned windguard, which can be raised or lowered from the cab, improves feeding and
reduces crop rolling.
9250 Series Features
The high-capacity sickle features spring hold-downs evenly spaced every 18 inches. (457.2 mm) along the entire cutterbar. The
spring hold-downs reduce section and guard wear with no adjustment required. The spring hold-downs are exclusive to the
high-capacity sickle.
The SCH Rollerguide is exclusive to the SCH sickle. The Rollerguide decreases friction on the sickle, providing reduced wear on
A dual mechanical SCH epicyclical sickle drive is balanced for a reduced vibration, higher sickle speed (1,200 strokes/min) and
up to 400% increase in cutting torque.
The fully flexible cutterbar is controlled hydraulically from the cab and allows for up to 8 inches
(203 mm) of vertical travel.
The 9250 hooks directly to the combine
feederhouse without an adapter. Two
hydraulic cylinders allow you to tilt the
header 12 degrees to adjust the header
for the best cutting angle on the go.
Service and Financing
Service and Financing
The Gleaner combine is backed by the strength and reputation of one of the world’s largest farm equipment manufacturers: AGCO. Local Gleaner dealers
support each combine with experienced, factory-trained staff and service personnel.
The Gleaner Guard™ warranty is the best in the industry from header to spreader. Nonconsumable parts found to be defective in workmanship or material as
delivered will be repaired or replaced for two years from date of delivery to the initial owner regardless of the number of hours the machine has been used.
Optional one-year or two-year extended comprehensive warranty packages are available.
The AGCO Parts supply network offers a complete line of high-quality replacement parts and accessories. The AGCO Live-On-Net electronic parts & service
information provides immediate online access for dealers worldwide to operator manuals, service manuals and service bulletins, further improving their
response time and knowledge base and ensuring that your combine is back and running quickly.
Gleaner dealers can provide Gleaner owners with access to This gives Gleaner owners 24-hour access to online parts
information for their Gleaner combines.
AGCO Finance remains committed to agriculture and understanding its unique needs—like the need to offer flexible programs such as seasonal payments,
skip payments and waiver periods. We are proud to offer affordable, comprehensive equipment financing options for all Gleaner combines. We have the
expertise, systems and flexibility to design a financing program that’s as tailored to your needs as your new Gleaner combine is.
Service and Financing
Make / Model
Gleaner S67
Gleaner S77
Class size
Make / Model
Gleaner S67
Gleaner S77
Speed rpm
Diameter in. (mm)
13 (330)
13 (330)
Chain size
#557 serrated
#557 serrated
Variable speed drive
Tailings return
Feed reverser
Tank capacity bu (L)
390 (13,743)
390 (13,743)
Diameter in. (mm)
14 (356)
14 (356)
Unload rate
bu/sec (L/s)
4.0 (141)
4.0 (141)
Length from
centerline in. (m)
275 (6.985)
275 (6.985)
Housing width in. (mm) 39.5 (1,003)
39.5 (1,003)
Smartrac™ Lateral tilt
Transverse rotor
Transverse rotor
Concave type
4 sections with 17 bars 4 sections with 17 bars
Concave wrap
Rock protection
Stone trap
Stone trap
Bars, type
Chrome, reversible
Chrome, reversible
Diameter in. (mm)
30 (762)
30 (762)
Length in. (mm)
88 (2,235)
88 (2,235)
Degree of separation
Speed, low-range rpm
200 - 500
200 - 500
Speed, high-range rpm 400 - 1,000
400 - 1,000
Concave area in² (m²)
960 (0.61)
960 (0.61)
Threshing and
Separating area in² (m²) 6,047 (3.89)
6,047 (3.89)
Cleaning stages
Chaffer area in² (m²)
3,889 (2.51)
3,889 (2.51)
Sieve area in² (m²)
3,397 (2.19)
3,397 (2.19)
Total area in² (m²)
7,729 (4.99)
7,729 (4.99)
Cleaning fan
Unloading Auger
Discharge height in. (m) 185.5 (4.712)
185.5 (4.712)
Clearance height in. (m) 169.5 (4.305)
169.5 (4.305)
2 speed
2 speed
Straw spreader,
Variable speed
Variable speed
Hydraulic chaff
Displacement in³ (L)
513 (8.4)
513 (8.4)
No. of cylinders
HP @ 2,100 rpm
SAE (Kw)
314 (234)
370 (276)
Fuel tank capacity
gal (L)
150 (568)
150 (568)
DEF tank capacity
gal (L)
24 (109)
24 (109)
Make / Model
Gleaner S67
Gleaner S77
4 speed
4 speed
Final drive type
Spur gear S-41
Spur gear S-41
Tread width standard/
reversed in. (m)
120/145 (3.05/3.68)
120/145 (3.05/3.68)
119/143 (3.02/3.65)
119/143 (3.02/3.65)
Tread width RWA in. (m) 126/144 (3.20/3.65)
126/144 (3.20/3.65)
Steering type
Dual cylinder
Dual cylinder
Turning radius in. (m)
270 (6.85)
270 (6.85)
Hydraulic pump
Control valve
Tank capacity gal (L)
6 (22.7)
6 (22.7)
High back/air ride
High back/air ride
Steering wheel
Right hand console
Right hand console
Interior volume ft³ (m³)
121.4 (3.44)
121.4 (3.44)
Glass area ft³ (m³)
61.2 (5.69)
61.2 (5.69)
Transport height in. (m)
141 (3.58)
141 (3.58)
Length w/o header
in. (m)
339 (8.61)
339 (8.61)
Wheelbase in. (m)
134 (3.40)
134 (3.40)
Base weight with tires
lb (kg)
29,740 (13,490)
29,740 (13,490)
Ground clearance
in. (mm)
23.5 (596.9)
23.5 (596.9)
Steering Axle
Tread width adjustable
axle in. (m)
S67 & S77 Combines & Headers
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