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Old 12-31-2004, 01:31:09 PM
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Hello! This is my first post. I have aquired two engines and need a little help aging them. One is an Edison aircooled generator. gen frame and engine block are one casting. It has approx. a 12" flywheel, exposed valve rockers and springs, and the cooling fins on the cylinder have a metal jacket over them. Any Idea how old or value? Other engine is an inboard 4 cyl. with an in and out box on the pto end. Tag on the gearbox says Kermath sea cub. Both engines have compression and are complete with the exception of the Edison which is missing the ignition. They are of stands and are set up to run, and appear to have been restored at one time. The Kermath needs a set of points and mabey a carb build and it would run.(has electric start,gen,H2O pump, etc. The Edison is in the same shape and would probably run with the addition of a coil and a carb build. If any one has any info on age or value I would appreciate an E-Mail. Thanks Randy
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Welcome to the "Stak" Randy!! I am of no help about your engines, just wanted to welcome you to the greatest site on the web, and also to the greatest people in engine land.
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Randy, bring up the smokstak main forum but scan on down a ways and you will find a forum for outboard and inboard engines etc. among the other topics listed. Good luck in a good hobby. Joe Morris
 


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