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Old 05-11-2013, 07:43:28 AM
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Default Unknown Small Engine

Greetings I think this is a Techuseh, any idea what model or what it was used on? Very nice runner after a little work. Looks like maybe an edger?
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I have a Tecumseh with the same upward facing air filter I just removed from a Craftsman Roto-Tiller. The upward facing filter is odd/unique
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Looks like a Clinton.
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Its a Tecumseh H20A Spec. 15P That translates in to a 2 HP engine. As far as what it was used for it could have been a tiller edger or most anything like that. Jim
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It is indeed a Lauson/Tecumseh. Maybe an H22 or H25?

Whoops....Partsman beat me to it!
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Could have been used on a rototiller. I'm restoring one very similar to that and it came off of a rototiller.
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