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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Wisconsin Engine Parts

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06-16-2012 12:45:45

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I work on Wisconsin Engines, and search E-Bay
ocasionally, for parts. Today, under the catagory
"Wisconsin Engine", I saw a number of USED head
gaskets. Now, I usually throw my used Head Gaskets away...I didn't realize that they were
I get most of my Wisconsin Engine parts from
NAPA,fuel pumps,Carb kits,Gasket sets, single
head gaskets, Valves, Piston Rings.Also,you can
still get lots of parts direct from Wisconsin.
There is a Distributor list in the web site, though they are pricey.
I've got a Wisconsin Master parts book, and can
help anyone find a part number. e-mail is open.

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07-16-2012 08:04:31

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 Re: Wisconsin Engine Parts in reply to greygoat, 06-16-2012 12:45:45  
Since I'm rebuilding Wisconsin engines for others
I can't take the risk of poor quality, thus i'll
pay a few bucks more rather than taking a gamble
on a used gasket!

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07-15-2012 09:39:45

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 Re: Wisconsin Engine Parts in reply to greygoat, 06-16-2012 12:45:45  
Hey Greygoat, I will routinly re-use a head gasket on the older Briggs or Wisconsin cast iron engines if the have the metal gaksets, spray them with a couple coats of copper coat, let them tack up real good and put them on, unless head gasket is blown out or burnt, that always has worked good for me. The copper coat will seal any little inperfections in the gasket


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