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Old 05-04-2005, 07:28:33 AM
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Just got home with this small engine I believe associated probably under 2 hp Cobbled ignition....would like to get that straightened out eventually
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Looks like my Asoc. air cooled Chore Boy. Bill Graves in New York has lots of parts! Kevin
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Eric~

Definitely an Associated 1 3/4HP Chore Boy, very lucky to have the original, useable fan. Probably straight trip ignition, so you will need a straight trip style igniter and pick. Igniter pick style changed around the 34700 serial number on the air cooled Chore Boy. See if you can find a serial number on the end of the crank if no tag.
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