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Waukesha cut away motor on ebay

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03-25-2013 11:14:20

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Now this is pretty neat. Wouldnt mind having it and its only 3 hours away. Put it in my living room perhaps.

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03-25-2013 21:03:12

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 Re: Waukesha cut away motor on ebay in reply to Schim, 03-25-2013 11:14:20  
That"s from the University of Wisconsin Madison Agricultural Engineering lab. That was used to teach all us engineers how to be engineers!

I"m tempted to buy it for old times sake, but what on earth would I do with it?

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jordan hackman

03-25-2013 20:48:08

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 Re: Waukesha cut away motor on ebay in reply to Schim, 03-25-2013 11:14:20  
paint it meadow green and that would be a neat tractor show piece, plus to me the price so far isn't to bad.

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J. Schwiebert

03-25-2013 15:27:44

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 Re: Waukesha cut away motor on ebay in reply to Schim, 03-25-2013 11:14:20  
Well it is a 3-3/4 by 4 engine, but it is a direct injection engine not an 880. I wonder who the market for it was to be?

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