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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Waterloo Boy 6hp

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06-27-2012 20:14:24

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In the process of buying a Halfbreed oilfield engine, I ended up with a 6hp Waterloo Boy too. Does anyone know how to read / decode the serial number for the year model? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks Jim

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07-25-2012 05:46:12

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 Re: Waterloo Boy 6hp in reply to WVCase415149, 06-27-2012 20:14:24  
Try over at smokestack,think you will find it here

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Arnold Layne

06-28-2012 08:45:15

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 Re: Waterloo Boy 6hp in reply to WVCase415149, 06-27-2012 20:14:24  
Hi Jim, if I am reading the number right, 109,000 would be a 1914. Real nice engines, I have one just like it, only a couple months older. You planning to keep it?

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Jim Edmonds

06-30-2012 09:12:29

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 Re: Waterloo Boy 6hp in reply to Arnold Layne, 06-28-2012 08:45:15  
Hello Arnold,
Not sure what it's future will be, but if I do get rid of it, it will be to someone that admires these old engines, the serial number is 109166.....I thought I read somewhere that the 6hp had 30" flywheels, but it has 36" flywheels, is this the sMe as yours?

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