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Re: Ford 172cid industrial engine

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Joseph Turrisi

04-02-2013 18:48:16

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My generator is 1800 rpm and is direct drive off the engines flywheel by a adapter designed by me and welded and balanced by my local machine shop. The engine has a factory govenor to keep the engine at a set speed as the load varies. My only concern was it sounded like it was screaming at 1800rpm but if it is rated at 2100 like the other poster said then I guess there is no problem. I have a oil pressure, coolent temp, and alt, gauges for the engine and a HZ and voltage gauge for the generator. I am looking to add a low oil pressure and over temp cut offs as well

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White half track

04-03-2013 04:48:53

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 Re: Ford 172cid industrial engine in reply to Joseph Turrisi, 04-02-2013 18:48:16  
I have an industrial power unit that I pulled the engine for a tractor. I still have all the tin work an there was a working set of oil and temp shutoffs. They are available. When I started it I had to hold down a button until oil pressure came up. Jason

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Joseph Turrisi

04-05-2013 09:38:52

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 Re: Ford 172cid industrial engine in reply to White half track, 04-03-2013 04:48:53  
How much and where do you live

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