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Old 05-15-2005, 11:55:58 AM
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Here is a photo of the SAMSCO engine I have. Any info would be appreciated. How many of you have these engines and how rare are they?
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This engine apprears to be VERY similar to our 3 H.P. Sattley. Could it be a Sattley engine that was built by somone else or just with there name on it??
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Thanks for the reply. I was told they were built for the San Antonio Machine and Supply Company by Noble Brothers (?). I am going to restore it, but I need a good photo of the governing set up to build what I need. The governor runs off a gear meshing with the cam gear. Could you post a photo of your engine?
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Default Re: Another SAMSCO question

That should be Nelson Brothers in the above post.
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