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Unknown Flywheels & Crankshaft


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Old 08-12-2019, 08:58:12 PM
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Default Unknown Flywheels & Crankshaft

This is an unknown crankshaft and flywheels. The governor brackets have a part number of AE123. The flywheels are approx. 36" across. Slight red paint that may have been the color or the primer. My guess would be the color. Does anyone know what engine these may have been on?
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Old 08-12-2019, 09:00:56 PM
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Default Re: Unknown Flywheels & Crankshaft

Hope you get a FIRM answer but it has Associated/United written all over it.
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My vote is later Galloway. Jason
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Default Re: Unknown Flywheels & Crankshaft

Gary,
The 9 HP Galloway had 36 1/2 inch diameter flywheels.




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This is an unknown crankshaft and flywheels. The governor brackets have a part number of AE123. The flywheels are approx. 36" across. Slight red paint that may have been the color or the primer. My guess would be the color. Does anyone know what engine these may have been on?
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Thanks for the replies. Jim and Jason, They could very well be Galloway. Pat, I wouldn’t rule out Associated just because of the narrow flywheel rim. I think the governor bracket number will give it away.
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Default Re: Unknown Flywheels & Crankshaft

I was just looking on the Hit&Miss parts ID chart and they listed a governor weight anchor for a Galloway 2 1/4 hp with a part number of AB123.
The part number on the governor weight anchors in the picture above is AE123. I’d say these came off a Galloway and probably the hp that Jim mentioned. 9 hp.
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Hmmm...interesting.
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