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Waterloo Built Throttler


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Old 12-15-2004, 11:37:43 AM
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I am wondering how many of these throttlers are out there. Any ideas as to who sold it besides Waterloo? Kind of unique mixer on it.
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Hi Steve. It looks like an Ingeco. Does it have five spoke flywheels?
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Yulp...Thanks for the education. I can go back to sleep now... I know I had seen this before, but I have seen a lot an a few years....I can't remember what I saw last a 2months back.


Thanks for the reminder...
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Default Re: Waterloo Built Throttler

Both those Ingeco's are not complete. They are missing the starting needle valve and the starting fuel chamber. I have one that is complete I believe but is painted Horible colors and could post a pic if you like. BTW, Steve there was a 14 HP TG Waterloo at the White Pine show we were to last fall.
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Ken,My 10hp Ingeco had a two chambered fuel tank and each outlet had a valve .One chamber was for gas;the other for kero. Both were tied in to the common fuel line.Start on gas,switch to kerosene.Also had a second needle valve for water. Chip
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Hi Chip. Mine is a 4 HP and has the same 2 chambered fuel tank. But has No Water feed maybe because it's smaller. It also has a second needle valve that goes into the mixer that hooks to a small pouch that you fill for starting. I will get out there and get a pic tommorrow. I don't know why I bought the Darn Thing.... Maybe because it was built in Wis... Here is a Pic of the starting pouch and needle valve... Sure looks like it belongs there to me...
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