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Maytag model 72 D-A


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Default Maytag model 72 D-A

I have a model 72 D-A that is missing the coil, condensor, and armature. The serial # on the Eisemann flywheel is 111571 X. Since this engine was partly torn down when I got it, I'm not sure this is the correct flywheel. Would anyone know if it is correct and where I may find the missing parts? This engine is on a Zip push mower manufactured in Baxter Springs, KS. Thanks
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Default Re: Maytag model 72 D-A

Take it the armature back plate is there? Just as well, the coils are typically bad in these and you would need to secure a new coil which is about $150. The condenser another $15.00 or so, and an armature another $15 maybe. Unless its something special otherwise in my opinion not worth the restoration. Put the money into a running one. Hard to tell if it was originally an Eisemann or a Wico. Serial number on Flywheel will just be able to determine the year only. My two cents. Kevin
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Default Re: Maytag model 72 D-A

Without knowing if the flywheel or mag is original, you probably would need to replace both the backing plate assembly and flywheel as a matched set. You cannot mix the 72 D and DA mags and flywheels, they have a different ID and magnet. The basic engine is the same for all 3 mag types, you just need to use the flywheel and backing plate for the same model. You might be better off finding a blown motor and try getting the magneto assembly. To buy new is not worth it if you do not know the type. Cost wise, you probably could get a running engine for the cost of a new mag coil, plus you have to figure in the cost of the armature core and condenser as well. Not worth it in my book, unless the engine has a sentimental value.
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