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Old 06-28-2005, 02:46:42 PM
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hi ! i am a new owner of some old engines . iwould like to find out about an engine called a new way all help would be helpfull thank's
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Old 06-28-2005, 03:52:15 PM
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I don't know much about them other than I believe they are all air cooled and they made single and two cylinder opposed models. They have a unique honeycomb looking cooling fin setup and in my opinion are one of the prettiest looking engines out there. If you aquired one I believe you have a real prize on your hands! Maybe someone with Wendals book can give you some history.
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Old 06-28-2005, 03:53:48 PM
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Steve,

Click on Search in the blue bar near the top of this page and type New Way.

There will be 4 pages to look thru. Not all of them will help but it is a good way to narrow your search and the archives here are growing each day.

Have fun.
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Hi Steve,

All I can say is be careful starting it with the crank because I broke my nose a couple weeks ago starting a New Way with the crank.

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hi chris ! the engine i have is vertical and has a few of the parts missing any help in finding parts will be helpful thanks . steve
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