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Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.)

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Cramer D.B.

04-27-1999 09:30:07




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Are there rebild kits available ie. gaskets pistons and carb kits, for these engines




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CRAIG

08-03-1999 20:44:27
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 Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to Cramer D.B., 04-27-1999 09:30:07  
I RECENTLY REBUILT A WISCONSIN AEH FOR A GIBSON GARDEN TRACTOR A YEAR AGO AND YES THERE IS PARTS OUT THERE, BUT COSTLY. IN COLUMBUS, OHIO I THINK IT IS CALLED CENTRAL OHIO EQUIPMENT OR MID OHIO EQUIPMENT, ONE OR THE OTHER. IF YOU CANT FIND IT E-MAIL ME AND I'LL LOOK BACK INTO LAST YEARS BILLS. CRAIG



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CRAIG

08-04-1999 17:15:24
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 Re: Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to CRAIG, 08-03-1999 20:44:27  
TO FIND HORSE POWER: MULTIPLY THE AREA OF THE CYL. BY THE LENGHT OF STROKE IN INCHES AND THE PRODUCT BY THE NUMBER OF REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE THEN DIVIDE BY THE CONSTANT 10000 FOR 2 STROKE OR 13400 FOR 4 CYCLE. EXAMPLE:4"BORE 4"STROKE 1000 REVS. PER. MIN. CONSTANT 13400. THE 4"BORE IS, 12.56 AREA x 4 =50.24 x 1000 = 50240 DIVIDE BY 13400 = 3 3/4 HP FOR ONE CYLINDER.



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john d.

04-27-1999 15:15:58




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 Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to Cramer D.B., 04-27-1999 09:30:07  
Should be. Check the yellow pages for engine service establishments and/or parts outlets. Don't know if NAPA would carry those or not. There are also businesses that do mail-order trade on small engines. Two that come to mind are Maple Grove Dist. Co. in Galveston, Indiana and Power Lawnmower Parts in Rochester NY.



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andrew irving

03-23-2000 11:59:11
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 Re: Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to john d., 04-27-1999 15:15:58  
I have a garden rotavator with a single cylinder clinton petrol engine, 3.25hp. I am trying to locate a replacement piston and rings for the engine, which has a serial no.86203/6A, model no. 900 4152. Can anyone help please.



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Pete Braker

07-12-1999 11:37:16
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 Re: Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to john d., 04-27-1999 15:15:58  
I have a Winsconsin-Robin engine that I am trying to make a pulling lawnmower tractor. It has a model number of EW44Y and need information about the specification, namely horsepower and cubic inch displacement. If anyone can help me, would appreciate it.

Thanks, Pete Braker



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Bryon Monson

10-31-2002 11:15:24
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 Re: Re: Re: Wisconsin and Clinton engines (single cyl.) in reply to Pete Braker, 07-12-1999 11:37:16  
I'm working on a Clinton model 2973690 vertical shaft engine. Since I have already started to take the engine apart,I need some information about timing (there weren't any marks on the crankshaft and crankgear to line it up to get the right timing). It would be helpful to get a repair manual but we need to know where to get it.



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