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Old 07-15-2016, 04:25:30 PM
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I'm redoing a 1923 Waterloo Boy 2 hp type H and no one seems to know for sure what the hopper should have on it. I see lots of the slanted Waterloo Boy yellow lettering, but according to most people they came from the factory with a oval decal. I've seen a couple of different ones but can't find out what is correct for my engine. Any help will be appreciated.
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I have an original 2 hp k and it is green with the yellow script lettering
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From what you are saying it is original meaning not been redone and it has the yellow slanted Waterloo Boy from the factory?
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yes it is original paint and lettering and is also 1923. The "k" and "h" are same basic engine just throttler or hit and miss
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