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Jacob Haish Mfg Co-Chanticleer Engines website

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Old 11-01-2007, 07:35:57 PM
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I have started a website for collectors of things relating to Jacob Haish Mfg of DeKalb, Illinois. I have included a serial # registry and many additonal things. Includes many photos when available. I welcome new additions of engines you may know of, which may not be listed on the site. Additionally, more information is listed on the connections to Smith Mfg's Great Western line, Appleton of Batavia, Rock Island's line and Sandwich Mfg's chanticleer style engine line. I have posted just over 50-- serial #'s to date- with over 500 website hits to date.
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Thanks for the informative website . It should help a lot of Haish engine owners with much needed info. I checked out your display at the Fair a few times.

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Default Re: Jacob Haish Mfg Co-Chanticleer Engines website

Very nice Jeff! I am impressed by howmany engines you have on your website. Engine #4341 happens to be my engine. You can see more pictures at:
I know (and noticed at your website) that the style of the 1˝ hp engines changed from high base, to low base somewhere between #5793 and#6159.
My engine doesn't have the governor cover in the flywheel, but I don't know if it came that way from the factory or that it was just missing. As you can see on the pictures it was in pretty bad shape when I got it.
I know that mine came from Alerta Canada.
You are free to use pictures from my website and all information. I can email you more pictures if you like.
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