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Old 01-23-2005, 05:51:50 PM
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Does anyone have any pictures of Field-Brundage Wolverine or Racine-Sattley engines they could share with me? The engines may have a variety of different tags on them. Thanks, Al Wait
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Here is a picture of my 3hp Sattley. It's a kero burner and missing alot of parts. My Sattley also has the date 3-18-20 cast into the flywheels, if this helps any.
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Al Waite; What engine do you have and what do you want to know? I have a 8 page brochure of Field-Brundage Wolverine with color front and all the specs of engines 3-5-7-10 & 12 HP sizes. I keep a roster of Field-Brundage made engines. Send me your adress and I will copy this brochure and mail to you. John Davidson
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Here is a photo of my 3 HP Sattley with a Wards tag. 1917, gas, hit and miss.

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Thank you all for your replies. My engine is an 8HP throttle-governed Field-Brundage with sub-base, sold by Brackett, Shaw & Lunt in Somersworth, NH. It has the "Saxon" name tag that they applied to the engines they sold "in-house". I realize that the Saxon tag was generally applied to Hercules products, and many Field-Brundage engines were tagged Sattley, for Montgomery-Ward. E-mail to mausers@myexcel.com. Al Wait
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Go to my website www.wahlengines.com Click on the engines link and at the bottom there is a link to our 5 HP Wolverine engine. Let me know if you need more pictures, information, etc.

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Here is a photo of my 3 HP Sattley with a Wards tag. 1917, gas, hit and miss.

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Hi Jim, My name is Steve Walden and I have a 1916 Sattley 1 1/2 hp(?) no tag on the hopper but looks quite similar to your 3hp. Mine has a rectangular hopper opening and ,according to the main man at Hit-n-miss enterprises, is an early Field Brundage made for monkey wards. I'm restoring it and wonder if I could get a pencil rubbing of the tag on your engine. Found an article in GEM showing how to make a replacement and would like to give it a try. Thanks in advance,Steve
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Hi Jim, My name is Steve Walden and I have a 1916 Sattley 1 1/2 hp(?) no tag on the hopper but looks quite similar to your 3hp. Mine has a rectangular hopper opening and ,according to the main man at Hit-n-miss enterprises, is an early Field Brundage made for monkey wards. I'm restoring it and wonder if I could get a pencil rubbing of the tag on your engine. Found an article in GEM showing how to make a replacement and would like to give it a try. Thanks in advance,Steve
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