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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Wisconsin AENL

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Bundie509

03-15-2020 19:34:32




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Hello, I have just rebuilt an AENL Wisconsin engine with a WW79A PTO assembly on an old Stone mortar mixer. All of the engine tags are legible and would say are in decent condition for the age of the unit. I could use some help in identifying the year of the engine though. A little background on this unit, I started out buying the mortar mixer last year with thoughts of re-powering but a friend of mine talked me out of it. The engine was in pretty rough shape. It would turn over with little to no effort and after removing the cylinder head , I found the exhaust valve was stuck open. My friend and I were able to get the valve freed up and able to start the engine. I decided to rebuild it for some odd reason and I am happy I did so. It runs and looks great! So to kind of complete this for me I would like to find out the year of manufacture or close to.
Here is the info: MD: AENL SN: 5097311

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Tim Cl.

03-17-2020 09:50:32




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 Re: Wisconsin AENL in reply to Bundie509, 03-15-2020 19:34:32  
Were are you located? If in the Northeast cal Pitt Auto 1-800-245-0711. They should be able to help you



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Bundie509

03-18-2020 19:00:29




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 Re: Wisconsin AENL in reply to Tim Cl., 03-17-2020 09:50:32  
Wisconsin. I believe I have talked to them once but that was only for getting parts for my engine. I'll give them a call! Thanks!



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Bob

03-15-2020 20:16:54




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 Re: Wisconsin AENL in reply to Bundie509, 03-15-2020 19:34:32  
I thought I had more detailed info for them, all I can find is that the AENL model was first introduced in 1957.



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Bundie509

03-17-2020 08:01:16




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 Re: Wisconsin AENL in reply to Bob, 03-15-2020 20:16:54  
Are there any websites active yet that a person could look up the serial number?



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