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Clinton 350 JOAA - American Hardware Super Mo Reel Mower


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Default Clinton 350 JOAA - American Hardware Super Mo Reel Mower

Greetings from Columbus, Ohio (NCAA endangered Buckeye's)! Picked an old American Hardware Super Mo Reel Mower powered by a Clinton 350 JOAA engine. Incredible shape, found my summer project.

Missing engine shroud (cover for flywheel) and need new spring for air vane governor and wires for throttle linkage. Want to replace coil, condensor, and plugs. Have manuals, but I am also looking for advice from the experts.

Any insight would be greatly helpful.
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Default Re: Clinton 350 JOAA - American Hardware Super Mo Reel Mower

Have engine part numbers:

Breaker Points Assembly C-5510
Magneto Coil, w/o Iron Assembly C-5502
Condensor C-7219
Housing Blower 7242

I believe these are the old Clinton engine part numbers? Is there
a Clinton cross-reference to their new numbering system,
xxx-xx-xxx?
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