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Wisconsin AENL and ADH


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Old 11-16-2013, 02:15:46 PM
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They look great.

I have one piece of advice, when you mentioned only a tune-up etc. to get them running be cautious this model engine used a piston oil pump with a check ball in the very bottom of the pump and a second check ball in the piston...

I would not run one of these engines directly out of storage without inspecting the oil pump. The AEN and that type will require removing the oil pan....

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This is bad news for me. The AENLD I am working on is mounted to a transmission and bolted to the machine. At least I already have the drive chain and its shield off. I am going to see if one can see it through the plug used to time the magneto with the magneto off. Doubt it but worth a try Maybe one can hear it.
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This is what i did to set timing at TDC. With the magneto gear spin it until the tension begins to want to "click" then move to fly wheel 7 teeth to the left of the TDC center mark on the shroud. (7 teeth left of the TDC center mark on the flywheel also, should be lined up somewhat with the key) then spin the fly wheel until it clicks right when both TDC marks are aligned.

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I should add in my above post, remove the magneto then spin it all the way until it wants to start to click then instakk it with the fly wheels TDC mark 7 teeth to the left of TDC on the shroud.
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You're gonna LOVE that AEH. The Gibson should have that model on it. 2200 RPM, I believe, is max RPM. You won't run out of power with that engine. Rear wheels will slip out from under you before you kill the engine.

Yes! Love to see your Gibson! I have one and LOVE that tractor.

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As far as I'm concerned, Those old Wisconsins were the only real engines made.
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Yes the Gibson does have the AEH on it. it's not as well painted as these last 2 engines but it does look just fine and serves it's purpose. Only issue i have with it is the transmission syncros are about shot. It only has 1st gear and reverse so it's really just an ornament as we speak. And i have the wrong size springs for the clutch. Hopefully i'll pull that AEH out of the shed soon and can bust tail to finish another one for you guys to enjoy!
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That transmission isn't syncronized. I wonder, if you pulled the top off of the transmission, if you wouldn't find that the "ball" on the end of the shifter isn't worn away and doesn't engage the 2-3 gear rail. Mine's worn pretty bad and it makes going from R-1 to 2-3 interesting at times.

As for the tractor's appearance, paint don't do the work. Use as is and you won't feel bad when it's dirty.
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Interesting, thanks for the heads up. I don't know much about the transmissions (jeep or chrysler? i believe) for these things. She hasn't seen much run time lately but hopefully in the future I will be able to rebuild it. Parts are slim for these era engines so when i see some pop up i try to seize the opportunity. I'm in need of the large sprocket as well, the teeth have seen better days. For what it's worth the AEH starts on the first pull and i can drive the machine so that was the main goal when i recovered this thing out of my neighbors woods.
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Wish I would have seen this post a while back. I bought an old maxim snow blower with a Wisc. AEN engine on it. They said it had been sittin for 20 years or so. But new gas and oil and a file on the mag points had this engine up and running. No issues so far, thankfully... BTW. Them old sconi engines looook great. Can't wait till mine looks like that...
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Where do you get the shroud decals?
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This is bad news for me. The AENLD I am working on is mounted to a transmission and bolted to the machine. At least I already have the drive chain and its shield off. I am going to see if one can see it through the plug used to time the magneto with the magneto off. Doubt it but worth a try Maybe one can hear it.
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In cases like yours we would over fill the crank case and run it for an hour plus. This would commonly break the check balls loose. Being as how you canít tip the engine to get it over full it then put a close pipe nipple on the fill hoe and over fill it that way and use a pipe cap to close the crank case for the run.

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Those ID tags are the original format where did you get them?

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