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41/1/4A and B: A Titeflex engine with an Eisemann magneto.
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'41/1/4C, far left: A small, unidentified 2-stroke engine. '
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'41/1/4D, left: A Waukesha ICK 61 cubic inch with 25 HP. '

I have a small 2-stroke engine which, according to one fella, is
a “Doyle” used on mowers. It is seized and missing a

I also have a Waukesha ICK 61 cubic inch, 25 HP yellow flathead
4-cylinder. It should be a common engine, with many industrial uses
and was also used in railway speeders. However, mine is all
aluminum (most were cast iron) and it was military specification,
which I have been told was a B-51 Bomber A.P.U. I have a 120-volt
generator for it. I need an aluminum cylinder head and jug. I would
like to get this running, but have had no luck hunting down parts.
The new magneto is an Eisemann LA-4.

My last engine, made by Titeflex, has an Eisemann LA-1 magneto.
The carburetor is a Zenith; the governor is a Pierce. It is missing
valve covers, but turns over and has compression. It is a 4-stroke
with overhead valves. The gentleman I bought it from said he
thought it was from an aircraft generator set. Titeflex is still in
business, but I can’t find any information at all on this engine.
R. Mac Leod, P.O. Box 6973, Moraga, CA 94570-6973;

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