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Re: Standard Monarch 47366

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golfcartman

07-09-2012 09:48:39
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[quote="CR172"](quoted from post at 20:28:55 02/10/10)
I just acquired a 1936 Standard Monarch that I'd love to restore and get running. The previous owner had started the process but then gave up, I guess. The engine is in pieces, but I believe all the parts are there with the exception of the air filter and the starting crank handle. The engine on this one uses a magneto, not the buzz coil and battery.

Can anyone point me in the right direction for information on this? All my web searches seem to all come to a dead end.

Thanks

Bill[/quote. I have a crank handle if you need one.

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El Toro

07-10-2012 05:45:48
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 Re: Standard Monarch 47366 in reply to golfcartman, 07-09-2012 09:48:39  

Here's another pic of a Monarch and of the Viking and of a Standardtwin I restored. They made a Vikingtwin, but I never had one. These tractors were way ahead of the times since they had an all gear drive train with a 2 speed transmission with reverse and a multidisc clutch that ran in oil. They also had a pto. Hal

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t.r.k.

07-09-2012 19:06:15
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 Re: Standard Monarch 47366 in reply to golfcartman, 07-09-2012 09:48:39  
I am not familiar with Standard Monarch. If yours is a twin cylinder 2 wheel tractor, with perhaps a seat/sulky frame behind, I would search for 'Standard Twin' and see what comes up. See if the pictures are like yours.

You can probably get rings from Hastings Piston Rings. I got some for a Tecumseh once that were NLA as Tecumseh parts. Not cheap, but at least they were available.

You do have to know the bore of the cylinder, the depth of the ring grooves or the id of the ring and the width of each ring if you go this route.

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