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What do these Mags fit?


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Old 10-19-2011, 11:27:43 PM
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Any idea on the appilcation for these Mags?

The first is a Edison Type RM with a counter clockwise rotation
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The second is the remains of a Henricks Mag, any idea of its use?
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I have no ideq what this third Mag even is?
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One more for tonight, this mag is a BT-H, and again I have no idea!

Is there a cross reference somwhere on what the different Wico and Fairbanks mags fit. I picked up a bunch of each some are base mount some are flange mount most are single cylinder, some are four cylinder would like to try and find out what they are for! Thanks for any help!
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The BTH I can help with, I reckon it would be a model AS4. They are a starting magneto, usually from a WWII bomber, twin engined. They were hand cranked, the chain off that sprocket probably lead to the hand crank. Can't tell you much more than that.
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