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Can Anybody Tell Me the Make of This Engine


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Old 10-28-2018, 11:24:18 AM
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Just bought this engine - no identification tag. Can anybody tell me the make of this engine or anything else about it. Thank you very much.
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Just bought this engine - no identification tag. Can anybody tell me the make of this engine or anything else about it. Thank you very much.
Reeves manufactured by Reeves Pulley Company of Columbus, IN.
Do a Google search for "Reeves Pulley Company Engine" to see photos, videos, and history.

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Good eye, you know what your talking about. My engine is the 2hp. Bought this engine in Brookville just north of Coolspring.Again thank you for the reply.
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Good eye, you know what your talking about. My engine is the 2hp. Bought this engine in Brookville just north of Coolspring.Again thank you for the reply.
The rear of the cylinder, as well as the speed control knob, is a very distinctive feature of the Reeves. Reeves engines are a bit uncommon; nice snag!

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Other than this one that traveled afar, pictures online are either Indiana or Ohio
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Thanks for the early ads. Two days ago I didn't know anything about the Reese Pulley engine.
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