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web page for nelson bros. engine


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Old 05-23-2001, 06:09:14 PM
Rex Pyles
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Collecting information to create Nelson bros. engine page. all info would be greatly appreciated. Serial numbers, prefix before serial number, hp, what type of tag, t/g, h/m. please limit information to the hopper cooled and the flywheel air cooled engines and attachment for right now. if you have any question please email.

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Old 05-23-2001, 08:10:52 PM
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Also if type of ignition, Webster, battery coil, wico and anything else.
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Old 05-28-2001, 03:23:14 PM
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Rex, I tried to send info couple days ago, doint think you got it so here goes again. Got three Nelson Bros. 1 is 5 h/p? Jumbo real rough, yard orniment. next is 13/4 h/p ? solid flywheel wico EK mag. runs nice. No tag. No. on flywheel 74631 Next is a SAMSCO type S 1 3/4 h.p. 500rpm TA9399 on flywheel, spoked wheels and EK mag. Nelson bros. sold a bunch of engines to San Antonio Machine and Supply Company and also Alamo Iron Works in San Antonio. You still find one lurking in a brush thiket once in a while! D. Smith Fredericksburg , Texas
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Old 05-28-2001, 09:06:53 PM
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In gas engine magazine of January 1993 M. Mark T Baier from Milford, Massachusetts wrote a good article 4 pages, try to find a copy, from my observations it is a very serious work Good luck to you
 


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