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Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine


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Old 07-17-2018, 08:28:22 AM
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Default Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine

built 1-39, not locked up, mostly complete, gonna need new tin.
any help out there with parts?









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Default Re: Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine

Your air shroud is in better shape than my spare one. What else do you need?
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Default Re: Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine

airvane, i guess with the rod.
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i prolly make new tin this winter, anyone need some?
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Default Re: Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine

I don't have any Wisconsin's that old but most have worse sheet metal than that.Those pieces look easily repaired compared to most I see for the slightly newer 1's.
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Default Re: Wisconsin AG My 1st air-vane Winnine

I might have an air vane that is a little better, I'll look this weekend. I have never found one of these in its natural state with the air vane governor still hooked up and working. And none of mine govern well with it (admittedly just idling with no load). Hopefully you will have better luck.
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