Flywheel Forum


| December 2005

I have recently purchased a 7 HP Field-Brundage with no nameplate or serial number. There is nothing to identify the engine. This engine is a hit-and-miss with a Webster magneto and igniter. It is not the sideshaft style, as some are. I would like a photo or a rubbing of the nameplate and any information on who can reproduce the nameplate. This engine would look a lot more complete with some identification and I know very little about it. Jim Ellis, 82481 Greenwood St., Creswell, OR 97426; (541) 895-4662.


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