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My new (to me) Fuller Johnson Engine

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Old 03-02-2009, 07:16:33 PM
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Default My new (to me) Fuller Johnson Engine

Here it is

Its a Fuller Johnson 4HP

Serial#165355 Any idea of the Year?

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Old 03-02-2009, 07:41:21 PM
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Aprox 1927. Nice engine!
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Nice cart also. Has anyone seen a cart like that before?
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The metal parts of your cart are from an old silo filler. The one problem with them is that you can't lift the tong up to a verticle position since they don't swivel.

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Default Re: My new (to me) Fuller Johnson Engine

She's a beauty.

Contact Stan Johnson at

For a nominal charge he will look up your engine in the original company records and give you shipping information on your engine.
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I thought long and hard about purchasing that engine, too. Looks like you made a good decision, bergrider01. Looks like a very showable NB.

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