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Re: THANKS to Billy Shafer The Onan Man

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joe csuti

09-09-2012 03:20:07

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In a reply to previous post about this unit,there was a slight typo error on my part,should have read-many onan eng were built by studebaker.

In my younger days,I went to several onan seminars in the late 60's-early 70's,the remark was made in at least two seminars by instructors that the J & some CCK eng were being built(not designed)at a studebaker plant in canada,then shipped to US assembly plant(s),the actual eng design was probably onan,as far as unit we're talking about now same was probably an onan design/built by onan due to fact it was before the 60's thru 75 time frame when studebaker owned onan.This is what myself/others were told yrs ago,how much is actual fact I don't know.

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Billy Shafer

09-09-2012 07:28:09

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 Re: THANKS to Billy Shafer The Onan Man in reply to joe csuti, 09-09-2012 03:20:07  
Joe I went to the Onan factory in 1981. I also heard about the same thing. We had a tour of the plant. Saw some of the larger units being built. Plus RV units. Never did know where the Js were built. But I do know they were introduced when Studebaker owned Onan. I do know that the water pump from a Lark. Will fit on the water cooled J units.

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