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1929 F-M 10HP Z needing repair list


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Old 10-25-2005, 10:32:52 AM
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Question 1929 F-M 10HP Z needing repair list

It is time to drag out the F-M and start the restoration. The engine is missing a number of parts and to aid in the search a Repair Parts List would be handy. I have one No. 8410 but it is for an older version of the engine than mine. What is needed is the F-M list number that matches my engine, which is the reason for this post. Does anyone in engine land know what that list number is and willing to share same?

This is one of two engine projects, the other is a Bean/Witte but we will get to that later.

Thanks in advance, Neil Peters
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Here is a link http://www.edgeta.org/oldsite/fmdates.htm It shows production dates via serial #'s to to 1948. Do you have a picture of your engine?
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Here are a couple of shots of the block and crank with flywheels sitting out in the yard. It is dessert here so it is not too hard on things. Other stuff is in a storage container. Key things missing at the moment are cylinder head, gov, mag and bearing caps. This is a challenge project but I love the sound of these engines so will press forward.

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I think I might have a cyl head for your engine if you will give me some deminsions, like bore size,and outter cyl size, distance between head studs, ect. And I pretty sure I carb.
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Some data pertaining to the engine: S/N 736219, Bore 7", Block diameter at interface 11 1/8",stud spacing 5 1/4", stud length 5" except 6" at 4:30 position facing engine, and stud diameter 7/8". I hope this is useful.

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