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Old 05-17-2005, 01:59:23 AM
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My Dad found this splashguard while digging through some stuff in the shed. It has part number 6052 on it and is probably for about a 1 1/2hp engine. It is cast iron.

Does anyone know what this fits? And, more importantly, can anyone put it to good use?

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David-
It fits Alamo, Rock Island, Empire and other engines built by Alamo. With the part number of 6052 I believe it fits the 2 HP and 2 1/2 HP engines.
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yep, I agree, its fit's Alamo engines

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Wow!

I am always amazed at the amount of knowledge and expertise possessed by people on Smokstak!

Thanks guys!

Now, does anybody need this spashguard for their engine? It's not doing anyone any good just stashed away in the shed.

David
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With the part number, identification, and a couple of good pictures, you could list that item on eBay and sell it for sure. That way, you will likely get full value, provided that you write up a good listing.
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