1915 McDuff EP-Stationary/Portable 2-Cycle

Engines A to Z: Portable 2-Cycle McDuff engine, manufactured by W.J. McDuff, Lakeport, New Hampshire

| December 2013/January 2014

  • The 1915 McDuff has a small hand wheel on the side for easy speed control.
    Photo Courtesy Jeff Fay

Company: W.J. McDuff, Lakeport, New Hampshire
Year: Circa 1915
Model: EP – stationary/portable 2-cycle
Serial number: 737
Horsepower: 10
Flywheel diameter: 15 inches
Flywheel width: 5-inch
Pulley: 16 by 7 inches
Ignition: Battery and coil, spark plug
Governing: Throttle
Carburetion: Shebler “D” 1-inch
Additional info: Has small hand wheel on side for easy speed control.

Jeff Fay
71 Varney Pt. Rd.
Gilford, New Hampshire 03249

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