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Continental Red Seal Stationary engine Questions

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06-06-2012 23:47:12

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I have an old Continental Red Seal Power plant sitting in my barn. It has a 4 cylinder Flat Head engine. i was wondering if anyone has any specs on those motors. How many Cubic Inches and everything like that. If i can get it running i am going to put it in my wood chipper since i am vice president of my families tree business. any information would be greatly appreciated.

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Bud Tierney

06-10-2012 08:29:53

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 Re: Continental Red Seal Stationary engine Questions in reply to rentakid94, 06-06-2012 23:47:12  
As Dieseltech said, Cont'l made more engines (4s and 6s) than Carter made Little Liver Pills---they also reportedly had a habit of giving basically the same engine different designations when furnished to different builders...
Many of the F Series 4s were popular enough parts are still available thru NAPA or local equivalent...for "obsolete" Cont'l parts try Garrad (Gerry/Jerry) Moon at Montes Eqpmt in Chicago (obsolete Cont' parts dealers) Good luck.

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06-07-2012 04:08:46

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 Re: Continental Red Seal Stationary engine Questions in reply to rentakid94, 06-06-2012 23:47:12  
Continental made several flathead engines,both 4 and 6 cyl. Most common 4 cyl is F series F124, F140 and F162. Also had N62 and Y91 and others, N62 had a side mount distributor and others had distributor on top of head. See if tag is still on engine, size is stamped along with SN.

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