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Re: 1948 VF4 Wisconsin
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I've got 12, Wisconsin 2 cylinder engines.
The most that I've ever paid was $300 for one
with a hand clutch and reduction gear box that
gave 540 RPM PTO speed when running at "About"
2800 engine RPM. My last 2 purchases were $35
at a May auction for a complete, running engine,
with hand clutch, and $40 for an electric start model, complete, but with no spark,needs Magneto
My opinion is that $400 is very expensive for
one, unless its a "D" version, and has electric
start.I'm in Western Wisconsin.All of the Amish
around here are replaceing Wisconsins with
Hondas, Kabotas, or other Japanese engines due
to Wisconsins being ornery and parts expensive.
Most of them don't seem to know that most parts are still available from NAPA.
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