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What parts do you need?


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Old 01-20-2019, 05:57:50 PM
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Anyone have a piston for an OLDS 1A
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I need a crankshaft for what I think is an 8 HP Waterloo built engine. (Type 'F' United). I also need a flywheel for a 12 HP Waterloo built engine.
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Steel drip oiler for a 1924 F-M Dishpan
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Steel drip oiler for a 1924 F-M Dishpan
I think I have one of those Oilers in the tool box in the engine toy hauler. Shoot me a PM to discuss details if you're interested.
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Trying to find 2 maytag 82 flywheel hubs and a few more high-crown bolts.

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Cylinder head for 1919 pattern Fairbanks Morse.

Plugoscillator / Ignitor bolts to side of head.

Might need an ignitor too.

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piston and rod for a 1 1/4 hp Gray

Piston is 3" diameter x 4" long
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