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Old 04-14-2005, 11:16:06 AM
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Is there any production Numbers on Emerson-Brantington engines--a way to date them-?-I have just rec;d a 3 hp--Model EV--I have a original dealers-EB- catalog- a inch thick-and--it don;t even show the EV as a production model????
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Try http://bailifffamily.com/oldiron/oldiron.htm. There is some information there that you may be looking for as the site tends to favor the rockford engines. I don't remember if the EV is in my EB full line catalog or not. It was a later engine built between 1920 and 1928 according to Wendel's BYB/BRB.

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I have a copy of a 1 1/2 HP model EV instruction manual that is dated August 1920. There is no mention of the 3 HP. I have a folder of EB stuff put together by Les and John Brantingham and there is no mention of the 3 HP there either. D J, does your 3 HP have the name plates bolted to the sides of the hopper?

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My -EB has the plate bolted to the water hopper sides--they are rectangle--sit on square--not at a diangle like some--I will snap a pic--and post.
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Here is a 1 1/2hp EV with Wizzard mag. I am still trying to locate other inf on the 3hp....

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Here are three pictures--maybe --d,j,
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Well those were to big--now I suppose these will be to small!
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