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Plunket Jr. engine

LCJudge

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Gary, saw that one in the auction and thought it was a great buy. I've always thought they are neat little hunks of iron.

PS: I think a $100 bill laying on the hopper will be a bit more eye opening......:D
 

Mike Shaffer

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Gary Here is a picture of my JD Wallace which is very similar to a Plunket Jr. I know the muffler is correct as it has the part numbers that correspond to the rest of the part numbers on the engine. The gas tank is the style I use on all my Plunket's. Hope this helps.
 

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That was a great buy! I have two Plunket engines. the one has a muffler like used on the upright Maytags. The other has one with UISI on the casting?? They are both tank cooled. There are three types of governors on these engines. The one is an inertia governor , another is well hidden inside of the flatbelt pulley. I had pictures of the third type but can't find it now , don't remember how it works. Ron
 

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