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Washing Machine Engines?


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Old 09-17-2017, 09:16:38 PM
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What other engines other than Maytag, Briggs, Easy, Utilimotor were used on washers?
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Johnson Iron Horse, after the utilimotor
I have a Nelson Brothers, kick start with dual over head rockers, I believe is off a washer but I'm not sure

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How about a Beatty water motor

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Lauson made a small washer engine as did Nelson Bros. .
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Associated Pony, Clinton, Hummer.
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What model numbers on Clinton, Lauson, Hummer?

I maybe lost but makin good time.
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Easy washing machine engine. Neat little hit and miss four stroke engines
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Shiftless:
Hummer only made one model (E-2) and only for one or two years. They were sold by Montgomery Ward.
PTO was at the flywheel end. External mag on the back end of the crankshaft. Kick starter that spun the cam shaft.
I have a couple of these. One has a brass ID tag and the other is aluminum.
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I did 2 articles in GEM on the Associated Pony and Colt that were used in Montgomery Ward washers in the 1930s. Don't remember the issues but I will be selling my complete GEM collection by year soon.
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Water Witch made by Kissel for Sears Water Witch washing machine.
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Nelson made engines for Montgomery Ward washers
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Pretty Much ANY Engine with a belt pulley could be a Washing Machine Engine.

Here's a Stover powered one at the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club's show in Freeport that is usually set up down by the Sawmill.



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