Posted by Dunky on December 19, 2011 at 07:19:01 from (184.108.40.206):
I'm brand new to this forum and to air cooled stationary engines so i could use some advice. I have a bandsaw mill and of course that means i have slabwood which I use for firewood. I have a cord wood saw that i want to power and i was thinking about using a Wisconsin VF4 (not a VF4D) to power this saw rig.
Here's my question(s)
Any reason this would not be a good choiice for a saw rig in Minnesota?
What shoudl I expect to pay for this motor? I found a 1948 VF4 owner says he went through the heads and pistons about 5 years ago hasnt been run for about 4 years but is stored inside. engine appears to be complete and is not stuck. It has a clutch and gearbox. He is asking $400 as is. is that a fair price?
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