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Identification request

| June 2008

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  • A303M71A.jpg

I'm wondering if anyone can identify this engine. It has a 3-1/2-inch bore, 5-1/4-inch stroke, 1-3/8-inch flywheel width and 16-inch flywheel diameter. The only numbers on it are "A303M71A" on the igniter bracket, and it has a Webster-type AMM magneto. Any information would be appreciated. Chuck Raith, N9523 Forest Road, Deerbrook, WI 54424;

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