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Old 12-04-2018, 06:56:33 PM
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I probably won't do anything with it right away, I got it mostly to save it from the scrap yard. But the thought of a 2 cylinder, 2 stroke mini bike was a neat mental picture anyway.
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Maybe you could put it in a fairly long mini bike longitundinally with a 90 degree gearbox behind it. Might look good with the bike painted up in olive drab to match the engine
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I have a dozen Tecumseh 2-cycle engines from snowblowers, thought about maybe 6 of them in a long mini bike! Too many other projects first.
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I have a dozen Tecumseh 2-cycle engines from snowblowers, thought about maybe 6 of them in a long mini bike! Too many other projects first.
I've got one of those too I wanted to put in this bike but the 1" output shaft is a pain to find a clutch for
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Just got my new AH47 in the mail today. Unfortunately the gas filler got a big dent in transit so there's no way it's going to have a good seal, and the other problem is a bad rod knock. I went as far as taking the carb and reed valves off and the crank looks good from what I can see. Is there any good parts source for these engines? I really want to get it going again amd it looks like I only need a new rod and some gaskets. *knock on wood*
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