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United Engine Company Type A


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Old 03-27-2005, 09:05:42 PM
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Default United Engine Company Type A

Hello,
My name is Andy, and I found this webiste during a search for information on an old engine. What I have, according to the brass tag, is an United Engine Company Type "A" motor with a serial number of 113212. I know nothing on the old motors but I am looking for some information on it, with reguards to photos, technical info, parts availablity, and its value.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Andy
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Default Re: United Engine Company Type A

Andy, these engines were built by Associated Engine Co. Except for the cylinder and base, most of the other parts should be interchangable with Associated engines. United was a sales company and did not manufacture their own engines, contrary to what some of their advertising stated. Check out some of the sponsers of this site. Reprints of parts and owners manuals should be available. I have several Associated and United engines, they were a competitively priced engine in their time, but I still like them. there are others who post here who can give you a link to Keiths Associated web site--Roland
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Default Re: United Engine Company Type A

Andy.
Welcome to Harry's! There are a lot of engine experts that post here.If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, click on Parts and services, you can find the suppliers we all use for parts.There is also a website that deals with Associated engines. These are almost the same engine, Lots of parts are the same.I can't locate the one on the United engines.
http://www.oldengine.org/members/smi...dpageindex.htm
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