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Wisconsin Heavy DutyAir Cooled Engine


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Old 05-09-2019, 02:21:35 AM
Keith Merchant Keith Merchant is offline
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Default Wisconsin Heavy DutyAir Cooled Engine

Hi, I would like to know where I can buy a Mag cap & rotor & points for my motor? I can't find them anywhere on line.
I live in Sarasota,FL if there is any place around me I can't find ether.
Any help would be great.

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Default Re: Wisconsin Heavy DutyAir Cooled Engine

Keith, you would probably have better luck posting your question here on the Wisconsin Engines Board.

https://www.smokstak.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=141

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Default Re: Wisconsin Heavy DutyAir Cooled Engine

hi keith I have mag caps for Wisconsin engines call me at 308-325-1407 jjjjjjjhanks jay
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Default Re: Wisconsin Heavy DutyAir Cooled Engine

The most accurate way would be to get the information off the magneto itself. Most common in my experience is FM XD1B7* which uses BZ2430 cap A2437A points and AXMR2433 condenser.
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The most accurate way would be to get the information off the magneto itself. Most common in my experience is FM XD1B7* which uses BZ2430 cap A2437A points and AXMR2433 condenser.
Only #s on my mag Are
PrE ID
GW 4408 2F

The out side dia. of mag@ the cap is 64.20mm
inside dia. is 58.86 and this with cheep HFmic.
this came off DOT street sign,, single cyl.
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I have mags & parts needed thanks dan 1-614-746-0675
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