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Old 05-28-2009, 10:53:53 AM
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Default Different Maytag

im not sure if this is thr right spot but i think it qualifies.im new to maytags just got my first last weekendd. its a 92 but what is diferent i noticed there is a pulley on the flywheel but there also is one off the kicker.is this rare,whats the purpose or whats it run. iv never seen one like this ser # 760936 what year is it. and any other info please
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Default Re: Different Maytag

Walter, your engine is January of 1937. Pictures would be nice if you could, and am wondering if the kick pedal assembly is still there? I'm guessing it's gone and just a pulley, with rope start on the flywheel side, (but there is a pulley there too?) I have photos of both 92's and twins without the kickstart assembly, and a pulley installed for use on Le Claire lawnmowers (the Handy Dandy), but they have just the rope starter on the flywheel side with no pulley.

There were many companies that bought Maytag engines and then conformed them to their needs. If it does actually have two "pulleys", and not a rope starter, my guess is that someone put it on there at a later date at home or on the farm somewhere. If this be the case, you can put it back to original.
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Old 05-28-2009, 07:59:35 PM
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no the kicker is still there.and there is two pulleys on the engine[one on flywheel,one beside kicker] and i havent had a chance to studt it but it doesnt look like a home done conversion
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i was jus thinkin maybe the other pully is for the dryerim goin to try and post some pics later
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here are some pics as promised
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That's cool!
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Well very interesting. I have never seen anything like that. I think you should sell it to me.
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Walter, by the way I wouldn't paint my.....I mean your engine, leaving it as it is is proof you have another weirdo from Maytag. Is the hole in the cover a bearing or is it just a large hole? Are you going to do a teardown? If so try to save paint, and get pics.
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Default Re: Different Maytag

This is the second one that I have seen with that type of cover and a PTO.
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http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...t=maytag+cover
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Walter, by the way I wouldn't paint my.....I mean your engine, leaving it as it is is proof you have another weirdo from Maytag. Is the hole in the cover a bearing or is it just a large hole? Are you going to do a teardown? If so try to save paint, and get pics.
yes im planning to do teardown and paint.there just isnt enough originality there for me to leave her in her work clothes
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Hey when you teardown, could you show some pics of the long crank and ratchet cover with the hole in it?
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i sure well. but unfortuneitly wont be tomorrow or today.
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any body else have any ideals
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Oilzum,

You are correct this is the second, the one that you had posted the link too is my Maytag...got it off ebay...it is stuck but as you see I have started breaking her down...plan to work on it one of these days...just wanted to see how it was done...who ever did the work did a great job...it was not some shade tree mech...

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Walter,

Great looking engine...hope you get her going...just another odd ball that someone made or maybe Maytag might have tried something...Mine looks to be one a good machinest worked over...but it might also have been done by Maytag also...you just never know...

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jus from a quik glance mine doesnt look to bee shade tree.cant wait to start working on it but have some other dutties right now like yard work but the main one is do my once a year garage clean up.pull every thing out sort toss garbage,file pieces and future projects.this should be easy not seized so a real good clean up ,paint reasmble.no spark but i figure that out when the time comes
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Old 06-07-2009, 12:11:52 PM
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finally started cleanup yesterday.i found my garage.got most ofit done.in beetween things i was spaying and soaking.and scrubbing the maytag with a toothbrush.most of the paint is in tact.im seiuously considering leaving it and just getting it to run and build a new set of skids.that puuley conversion still looks factory
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Keep the paint if you can, just my opinion. If you want a good looking painted Maytag, buy a common engine and paint it. Just as I said before, only my opinion.
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finished the skids today . iyt's looking good
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Walter,
As you are taking it apart here and there, look at the cover plate with the hole in it esspecially. What is the casting number cast into it? Does it begin with an S or a Y?
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