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Field-Brundage, Racine Sattley and Sattley Engine Registry


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Old 01-12-2019, 06:25:14 AM
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Default Re: Field-Brundage, Racine Sattley and Sattley Engine Registry

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Denis, the flywheel reads TA16444.
The serial letters and numbers TA16444 is sure indication that your engine was built by Nelson Bros. in Saginaw Michigan. People often refer to these as the "New Sattley" engines. They were built by Nelson Bros. but sold by Montgomery Ward.

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Are the Page engine made in Canada that are copied from Field-Brundage have the same size engines flywheels and hp as the engines made in the USA?
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Are the Page engine made in Canada that are copied from Field-Brundage have the same size engines flywheels and hp as the engines made in the USA?
You guys will have to help me with that one. This is the first time I hear of a made in Canada "Page" copied from Field-Brundage engines.

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Does this appear to be a Field Brundage engine? There is no tag. I have another one listed on my United registry tagged United but I haven't been able to prove the builder yet.

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Denis, My sattley you have put in your registry is put down as a hit n miss. It is a throttler. I see a few other throttlers that are put down as a hit n miss as well! Cody
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Denis, My sattley you have put in your registry is put down as a hit n miss. It is a throttler. I see a few other throttlers that are put down as a hit n miss as well! Cody
Please tell me which engines (need serial number to make changes) are throttlers and not H&M.
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That engine looks like a type"B" united. skip
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That's exactly what it is (Type B United) but I'm looking for the manufacturer. United never actually made an engine they only sold other companies engines. It's been suspected that F&B produced these for United but nothing set in stone on that theory. Was looking to see if any F&B exists that look identical with similar serial numbers to try and 'confirm' that suspicion.
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That's exactly what it is (Type B United) but I'm looking for the manufacturer. United never actually made an engine they only sold other companies engines. It's been suspected that F&B produced these for United but nothing set in stone on that theory. Was looking to see if any F&B exists that look identical with similar serial numbers to try and 'confirm' that suspicion.
No Field-Brundage built engines look anything close to this United type B.
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Denis the ones I noticed are # TA16444, U1125, U4117, U4956. The ones with the big square looking carburetor are throttle governed!
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