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Old 05-27-2012, 02:25:38 PM
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Default Identify this antique engine

I am trying to identify this engine. Shows a little green paint, identifying tag missing. Can anyone tell me what brand this engine is. There are stamped numbers. Any info would be available. Thanks Ron Currie
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Fairbanks ZD.
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Old 05-27-2012, 11:32:56 PM
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Welcome to the stak. And I agree with HBurk. Bill K
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That little engine is a good runner and a torque monster for its size. That was my first rebuild, their fun. Go to hitandmiss.com for parts. Good luck!
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Problem is its a 150.00 engine that needs 200.00 worth of parts. Yes they are great runners but be careful spending lots of $$ as you wont get them back if you pass it on to someone else.
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