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Old 12-12-2009, 11:18:49 AM
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does anyone know model no.,if crank has splined or keyed for pulley,what it went on? thanks
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Looks like a Wisconsin Model AHH. This is the biggest single cylinder engine they made. The crankshaft end is probably keyed, but since it has a clutch & gear reduction unit, the end of the crank is likely to be shorter than usual. If you remove the gear / clutch unit you will probably only have a stubby shaft to work with.
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I's not an AHH, it has a different exhaust & carb set up. I believe it is an AGND. Does the cylinder jug bolt on to the crank case? As John said, it will probably have a "stubby" crank shaft with a keyway. I don't have a standard AGND crank case or crankshaft, if it was an AHH I could help you out.
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thanks do you have any idea wghat it was used on?
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Will,

One possibility is the engine may have been used on a grain auger.

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Sorry about my mis-identification. I was going by the location of the mag and didn't give too much thought to the carb & exhaust....
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