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Can anyone ID these random engine parts?


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Old 02-03-2019, 02:34:51 PM
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Default Can anyone ID these random engine parts?

Hello!

I was cleaning up my workbench this afternoon, and happened upon a few parts that I'd like to ID.

I think that the linkage might be from an Associated, but I can't be certain. The casting number is, as far as I can tell, TA656A, with the 2nd "6" being the number that's hard to read.

The pedal and starting gear I'm almost certain are Maytag, but I have no idea which model. The pedal has a casting number of S243, and the starting gear is S278.

If anyone could help me ID these parts, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks...

Chris
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Default Re: Can anyone ID these random engine parts?

The last 2 pictures are in fact maytag from a model 92 single cylinder engine. I can't help with the other pictures.
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Default Re: Can anyone ID these random engine parts?

Photos 3 & 4 are a kick starter pedal and segment gear from a Maytag engine, Possibly a model92 (single) but without the casting numbers cannot tell exactly which model they belong too.
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S-243 and S-278 are both for the Model 92 Single Cylinder Maytag.
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