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Hello, I'm new to this site and to antique engines. I just purchased 2 Maytag engines, a 72 and a 92.
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Welcome to the land of the rustaholics. Good luck with your maytags, they are fun and before you know it you'll have a garage full of bigger and bigger engines. I have used this site for information on alot of my projects. There are alot of really great and knowledgable people here.

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A maytag is the easiest most fun engine to take apart and put back together again because its so simple, im up to four of them now looking at trying to get my fifth they are small light and simply great engines to have around!
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