Picked up a MM motor. First power unit I have seen. Not common in this area. It was on a big winch. Motor is 283-4 sn 02301959. Block number is 10A1700. But what's different about it manifold has FE number. It has GE30E heads, a Bosch mag and a Zenith carb. Did these gas motors come with these components? Suspect motor is mid fifties.
Re: MM Stationary Motor in reply to molinegb, 06-17-2013 07:40:53
We had an American brand double drum hoist that had that engine in it. I know that it was slightly different from regular farm tractor engines. The thermostat for one thing was much different - - and expensive! Also a different carb. Don't know details like serial number or casting numbers, but was about the same vintage.
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