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Need help identifying a Wisconsin?

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Old 11-01-2006, 11:56:08 AM
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Default Need help identifying a Wisconsin?

I would like to identify a Wisconsin engine I have, so I can rebuild it if parts are available. There is no ID no plate but has Fairbanks-Morse mag, and numbers are
CW 13*
Serial 5277426
Also says "Man for Y-109"?

The exhaust also exits at a 45 angle on the corner and has a straight up spark plug? It is equiped with an extra pulley behind the flywheel and electric starter!

Are there other casting numbers or anything I need to look for on the block? Please Help! Thanks, Jim
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Default Re: Need help identifying a Wisconsin?

Jim, if you have the engine taken apart measure the bore and stroke, this could help me narrow it down.
Also post pictures if possibe, looking at the carb and other arrangements helps to narrow it down.
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Default Re: Need help identifying a Wisconsin?

The following link below should help you look for other numbers on you engine. Hope this helps...
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