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Waukesha Motor

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Michael Beeker

01-15-2012 11:19:05




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Am looking into buying a Waukesha Engine from possibly a CASE combine. Would anyone have information about this motor, as where to find a radiator and other parts.? The information from the Tags on the motor is Model XA229A May 1927 3 1/2 X 4 1/4, also has Brass Tag No. 108577. Thanks guys for any help on this. The motor is stuck, and owner is asking 300 for it. To high of price.? Mike




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Kelly MT

01-17-2012 16:55:35




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 Re: Waukesha Motor in reply to Michael Beeker, 01-15-2012 11:19:05  
I picked up this Waukesha power unit at an auction last summer for $45. The scrapper knew I was going to get it going and let me have it. It's not stuck but moisture got to the valves so I'll have to do a valve job. The inside is spotless otherwise and the mag is super hot. The seller thought this was a combine motor but ran a saw mill for years south of Missoula, MT. It's a 1928 XA and I got manuals from the Waukesha Historical Socity. http://www.wehs.net/ . Nice folks. third party image third party image

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rocko

01-15-2012 16:05:34




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 Re: Waukesha Motor in reply to Michael Beeker, 01-15-2012 11:19:05  
gas or diesel? size? Waukesha was quite comonly use in many models of Oliver tractors which is where I'd be more familiar with them. what would you be putting it in? Rocko.



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Michael Beeker

01-16-2012 05:13:46




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 Re: Waukesha Motor in reply to rocko, 01-15-2012 16:05:34  
Leaving unit as a staionary engine, and it's a gas model. The owner said he thought it came off a CASE combine.



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Michael Beeker

01-16-2012 05:13:46




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 Re: Waukesha Motor in reply to rocko, 01-15-2012 16:05:34  
Leaving unit as a staionary engine, and it's a gas model. The owner said he thought it came off a CASE combine.



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