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oct 1988 stationary engine magazine


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Old 08-01-2005, 05:32:43 PM
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Can some one please send me a copy of the artical about newway engines thats in the [oct 1988 stationary engine magazine.]I really need to get going on this 5hp single flywheel i think model ch newway engine........Thank you
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I looked in the Oct 1988 stationary engine magazine and the Oct 1988 gas engine magazine and do not find anything on a newway engine, on the back cover of the September of GEM there are two pictures of the Newway
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Old 08-01-2005, 07:02:16 PM
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Tim
I looked in the Oct 1988 stationary engine magazine and the Oct 1988 gas engine magazine and do not find anything on a newway engine, on the back cover of the September of GEM there are two pictures of the Newway
Bill Hoitt
William i was looking in the oct 1995 gem and in that magazine on page 14 the guy says when he got his oct 1988 stationary engine magazine he had the 5hp newway info he was looking for.........help
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I am sorry it is not there, hewas from AU and they have their own book but it is not call stationary engine mag.
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Ok Bill thank you for looking and i think your right hes from the uk or some were .
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