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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Witte Motor

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04-21-2013 23:16:46

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Ok, so I have a witte motor, model b 2 hp. It was pretty well stuck (hydraulic jack to get it apart). So now the question is, do I rebuild it or scrap it? What is a 2hp witte in running unrestored condition valued at and what is it when it is all restored and put on a skid? Trying to see if I can justify it to myself to rebuild since I will have to sleeve, drill some studs, new wrist pin and maybe new rod.


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06-21-2013 17:49:34

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 Re: Witte Motor in reply to Patsdeere, 04-21-2013 23:16:46  
I have the same engine that you have there,Mine has a good bore and piston but some one took it apart before me and I need a lot of parts. If you decide to get rid of it maybe we could work something out

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Richard Hammer

06-17-2013 10:13:20

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 Re: Witte Motor in reply to Patsdeere, 04-21-2013 23:16:46  
Like anyone who has a Witte engine or generator, I am looking for parts. In this case I am looking for a exhaust valve rocker, compression release assembly and crank for a Model BD. I don't have the serial number (yet, it is all kinda dirty/rusty) but know that it was manufactured in the late '40s I tried Arrow Engine, but these kind of parts are all listed as obsolete. I used this engine/generator as my sole source of power back in the '80s, but it has been in the weather or garage for the past 25 years. I would like to restore it to be used as backup power.

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04-27-2013 07:11:18

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 Re: Witte Motor in reply to Patsdeere, 04-21-2013 23:16:46  
Call Henry at H&J Machine in Carrington nd. His son collects Witte's. Has lots of em.

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04-24-2013 17:12:17

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 Re: Witte Motor in reply to Patsdeere, 04-21-2013 23:16:46  
Find a copy of "Gas Engine Magazine",(hard to find at a news stand..Google: Gas engine magazine)
Back issues available, or complete years on CD
Lots of engine info, including WITTE.
Lots of ads for parts venders!

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