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Hi all,

This engine is a single cylinder power unit. It has a Tilliston carburetor and Edison magneto. It also has a steel cable in the recoil starter. It has a tag on it but is not legible. Any ideas what it is?



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That is the remains of a frazer roto tiller. impulse mag on back of engine. 2 stroke. hope this helps
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After looking at some pictures of the frazer roto tiller, thats what it is instead of a power unit. That sure is a big engine for a tiller, it must weigh around 250-300lbs. Thanks for the information.

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Google "Graham Paige Roto Tiller". Friend of mine used to have two of them. Believe it or not, well into the 1990's, you could still buy a complete Graham Paige Roto Tiller brand new.......they were assembling them from brand new OEM Graham Paige parts stock.

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