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Ingeco / Worthington

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Old 08-13-2005, 06:35:52 PM
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Default Ingeco / Worthington

I have a 1 1/2hp Ingeco or maby Worthington. Obviously the data plate is missing. All casting numbers begin with "AJ". The flywheels have five spokes. Several accommodating patrons of this great website have e-mailed photos of their tags in reference to a previous query that I submited. My tag was located on the hopper's front side. Most photos of Ingecos I've seen, show the tag on the side of the hopper and have a 4 digit serial no. My engine number is 18371. I'm still without an answer. I would like to hear any ideas, so I might be able to identify the builder of my engine. I've found someone that will make a tag for me, but first, I need this bit of trivia. Thanks to all.
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Default Re: Ingeco / Worthington

It would definitely be a Worthington-built Ingeco. My two 3hp Worthingtons have serial numbers of 16760 and 24774. The earlier one takes a Sumter Magneto and the later one takes a Webster. Hope this info helps.
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