A reader needs help finding replacement springs and full specifications for his 7hp Sattley engine.
A reader seeks information on his Type E, Model 60 Westinghouse light and power plant.
A reader finds a McCormick-Deering Type M engine in a collapsing boathouse and brings it back to running condition.
A reader seeks blueprints or access to an Ironwood engine, built by high school students in Ironwood, Michigan.
A reader searches for a carburetor diaphragm for his Ohlsson & Rice Tiny Tiger generator as well as any additional information.
A reader and his grandson have restored an engine bought at a nearby real estate sale, but there’s no tag on it.
A reader’s 17 hp Fairbanks-Morse was never cataloged by its company and there seems to be no literature for it. Can anyone give us any information?
By Paul Harvey
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