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Re: waukesha two cylinder air cooled engine

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Duner Wi

11-15-2011 20:35:57

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If I remember correctly Crosley used a 2 cyl. opposed engine 1939-1942. I doubt if it had a magneto tho.

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leon r

11-16-2011 15:51:41

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 Re: waukesha two cylinder air cooled engine in reply to Duner Wi, 11-15-2011 20:35:57  
Thanks Duner, have been looking at the Crosley sites also. Sure is odd that there is not more info on the web about waukesha engines as they have been in business for a hundred years!! Leon

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Duner Wi

11-16-2011 18:18:06

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 Re: waukesha two cylinder air cooled engine in reply to leon r, 11-16-2011 15:51:41  
Look at this
Says it is a "Cub Twin"

My 1955 Victor gasket catalog list a model 150 "Cub Twin" power unit with 3 X 3 1/2.
My Crosley book says 3 X 2 1/2 for 1940-42. For 1939 stroke was 2 3/4.

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leon r

11-18-2011 15:36:17

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 Re: waukesha two cylinder air cooled engine in reply to Duner Wi, 11-16-2011 18:18:06  
Thanks everyone. The waukesha historical site also shows the air cooled two cylinder was introduced in 1938. Very interesting history on this company. It appears that the two cylinder air cooled was used on the early crosleys. My example has a bellhousing and clutch. Leon

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