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Paige Separator Engine (or Standard)

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Old 02-28-2009, 09:42:23 PM
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Default Paige Separator Engine (or Standard)

Just got a pretty complete Paige separator engine-has the slant fins, Bosch mag, and lever start....but is missing the oiler and I guess, the base because it has four bolt holes on the bottom. Does anyone know what oiler was used and also what the base looked like (or did it have a base?)
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Default Re: Paige Separator Engine (or Standard)

Your Paige engine is from a milking machine. It was built by the Standard Separator Co. of Milwaukee. The Paige Co. was located in Chicago. It bolts directly to the milking machine and has no separate base. These machines came with a rope starting pulley or a hand starting lever. The Paige uses a different muffler then the Standard. The muffler is about 2" in dia. and about 4" long and of cast iron. I have seen these engines with several different oilers on them. The only thing common about the oilers is that they are 1 oz. and have screw in filler plugs. Many of them are nickel plated. The bore of all the Paige engines I have been able to measure is 1/8" larger then the Standard engine. Hope this helps.

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