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Oshkosh Engines


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Old 06-21-2009, 03:38:46 PM
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Anyone out there who has an Oshkosh engine or any literature on one? I understand that they are pretty rare. Thanks, Joe Morris
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We have a 2 HP Oshkosh. The flywheels are 15 1/2 inches in diameter and two inches wide. It is a cute little engine. It has raised lettering in the water hopper.
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Tom,
Your Osh Kosh definitely has some connection to Gray and/or Termaat and Monahan. Very striking similarities there.

Joe,
A good friend of mine has an Osh Kosh engine on an Eveready table saw. It's a really cool piece of equipment with an all wood frame and has all kinds of attachments. Sort of like a very early Shopsmith.
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