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Unknown Wisconsin?


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Yes it's a 2 cylinder Wisconsin, can't tell you the model #. They were used on any number of farm implements, light balers, self propelled sprayers, pumps, etc. Not too uncommon.

Colin O

Looking at the starter and the magneto with the parallel spark plug poles I would say it is a Wisconsin THD.
There is a possibility of it being a TFD as some came with starters also. Do not think it is a TE.


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I think it is a TJD the way the mag looks.

I think I am wrong, I don't think it is a TJD.
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Colin O

The spark plug wire leads are parallel. It therefore has to be a THD, TFD, or TE.
Because it has a starter the more likely option is a THD.