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T. Eaton Co.

Company: T. Eaton Co., Canada; manufactured by
Waterloo Engine Co., Waterloo, Iowa

Year: 1917

Serial number: 140871

Horsepower: 1-1/2

Bore: 3-1/2-inch

Stroke: 5-inch

Dick Christiansen
P.O. Box 669
Newell, IA 50568


Bean Spray Pump Co.

Company: Bean Spray Pump Co., San Jose,

Serial number: 5923

Horsepower: 2-1/2

RPM: 525

Flywheel diameter: 18 inches

Flywheel width: 2-1/2 inches

Governing: Hit-and-miss

Interesting facts: Tag also lists “Berea,
Ohio”; parts casting numbers same as Novo, though fuel mixer and
fuel pump are different than Novo.

Garry Wilson
P.O. Box 192
Pilot Point, TX 76258

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Company: Chapman Engine Co., Dundas, Ontario,

Year: 1912

Serial number: 12480

Horsepower: 2

Bore: 3-3/4-inch

Stroke: 4-inch

Flywheel diameter: 19 inches

Flywheel width: 1-3/4 inches

Governing: Hit-and-miss

Ignition: Spark plug

Interesting facts: Gas is drawn from the tank
cast in the base to an overflowing carburetor by vacuum created by
the intake valve.

Everett Macfarlane
184 Cambelltown Road
Peterboro, Ontario
K9J 6X9 Canada



Company: Western Gas Engine Co., Los

Year: 1916

Horsepower: 50

Bore: 12-1/8-inch

Stroke: 10-inch

Flywheel diameter: 68 inches

Flywheel width: 5 inches

Interesting facts: Transported by train from
California to Phoenix Railway Station, then by team of horses to
farm of Walter Hegi, where it worked on the first irrigation well
drilled in the Buckeye Valley of Arizona.

Owner: Power from the Past, Tucson, Ariz.

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