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Old 07-05-2005, 02:04:22 PM
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my father has a old cement mixer,tkat is powered by a stover engine.on the tag i found
2hp
type ct serial# tb203363
600 rpm
is anybody familar with these with these old engines?what year ? how rare?where i can find info?
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ed
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The Stover engines are quite common. they were sold in the early 30s and were available in one to four horsepower sizes. hit and miss and throttled styles were available. You can order a parts and operation manuel from Starbolt Engine supplies by e mail at Starbolt4you@aol.com. Or by phone at 301-874-2821 8 am to four p m eastern time. book number is 430 A. I hope this will help a little. Joe Morris
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wasnt there a 5 horse stover (retaged 4 horse?)

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Its a 1929.BobRR
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anybody have an idea what a good running stover engine would be worth???
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