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elton fancher

09-12-2018 17:21:24




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Did White ever produce their own engine? Guy wants me to work on a power unit for a cable tool rig and says it is a White 4 cyl gas valve in head with mag. I don't remember ever seeing one but could be me.




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IanC

09-12-2018 17:37:21




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 Re: white in reply to elton fancher, 09-12-2018 17:21:24  
White bought Hercules, then Minneapolis Moline which were also produced with "White" tags, so you can say they made their own engines. They may have also built their own engines for their cars, but I am not certain.



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jeffcat

09-12-2018 18:14:48




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 Re: white in reply to IanC, 09-12-2018 17:37:21  
When my dad was a young whipper snap on the farm they had a White truck with a Monkey shifter. Also didn't really have an oil pan. He said you had to keep filling an oiler can with a sight glass and an adjustable valve and the oil dripped down through the bearings. You always got fresh oil the the mains. If the truck didn't dribble on the road you didn't have the valve open enough.



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SVcummins

09-12-2018 19:35:41




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 Re: white in reply to jeffcat, 09-12-2018 18:14:48  
A monkey 🐒 shifter?



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