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Old 08-24-2009, 10:17:45 PM
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Hi everyone. First day on the forum. I've been interested in small engines for a few years now. It started when some of my equipment started to get old and I didn't have the heart to sell or scrap them. I've restored a few, Sears LT, David Bradley Roto spade. One that I really would like to get running is an old "IRON HORSE". I'm sure some of the members are familiar with these.
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Ken
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Welcome to Smokestack. You will find this site to be just about as addictive as collecting engines. Lots of folks willing to help any way they can. Iron Horse engines are fun little engines and I am sure you can get it running. Parts suppliers are sponsors of this site and you can post an ad for parts if need be.
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Old 08-25-2009, 10:39:43 PM
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Thanks again for the welcome Dan. I'm just finishing off an 79 Briggs. Needs paint and re-assembly. A great way to pass time !

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