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15 HP F/M, Working RPM


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Old 07-15-2009, 08:37:11 AM
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Default 15 HP F/M, Working RPM

Hi Guys,
I'am installing a 15 HP Fairbanks-Morse to run my lumber planer. There is no tag on the engine indicating working RPM. Can anyone help me out? It's the newer type with spark plug and AB-33 mag. Thanks, Kevin in Nova Scotia.
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If it's the open crank type, it makes 15 hp at 350 rpm.
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Thanks, Dirtbike, Great to have the Stak and you guys to refer to.
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