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02-10-2012 13:40:17

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Does anyone know when the VE4 and VF4 went obsolete? I know the VP4 went obsolete in 1954. The VH4 came out in the 50's some time. So I would assume the VE and VF went obsolete in the 50's anyone know the year.

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Tramway Guy

02-11-2012 08:44:59

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 Re: Wisconsin Question in reply to JOB, 02-10-2012 13:40:17  
I know that VF4D was used well into the '70's by a company I used to work for.

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Duner Wi

02-11-2012 05:44:15

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 Re: Wisconsin Question in reply to JOB, 02-10-2012 13:40:17  
Take a look at this.
Looks like VF4 had a 36 year run, ending in 76.

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02-12-2012 04:10:32

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 Re: Wisconsin Question in reply to Duner Wi, 02-11-2012 05:44:15  
Thanks for the site. It's strange they would build a replacement and continue to build the older model engine. I was at the MN. Wisconsin dealer and he said they only build 15 or so VH4 engines a month now. No more 2 cylinders not sure about the rest.

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