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Old 08-21-2018, 05:37:13 PM
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Is there any way to tell what model washer my engines originally came on? I have three model "92" style engines, but don't really know how to identify the models. Are they referred to as 92, or are they possibly 31,111, etc.? I just want to use the correct terminology here.

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Old 08-21-2018, 07:53:24 PM
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That information would have been stamped on the caution tag only. If that's missing, no way to tell what model washer it was on. Kevin
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Old 08-21-2018, 11:31:13 PM
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Generally speaking if the engine fits the machine it is correct. That said, You would have to match the production dates of the washer and find a engine with serial number of engine built in that time frame. Next thing to know is that gas engine washers were usually the next letter or number of model number of electric motor models. Such as model A electric/B gas engine , 30/31, 32/33, F/G, 10/11,15/26 and so on. One exception is 90/91/92 where the 91 is for washer without a power source, belt drive from other source. Now we get to gas tank part numbers, S213 long base for square tub model 92 and B, S279 for G,16,26,11,111 Round tub models. S284 for models 31 and 33. The above were all single cylinder of the 92 style. Twin cylinder S321 fits the G,16,26,11,111,N11 N11S, 19 and 19X washers. S322 fits replacement twin for 82,92,and B washers. S334 is Die cast tank for twin that mounts up under washer for later model washer, EM,JM,NM,and KM. electric versions of these washers had letter L for electric (EL,JL and etc.) Lastly S339 was cast iron version the the S334 on engines to fit the EM,JM and etc starting with engine s/n 187477X and later (May 25,1949). The single cylinder engines are referred to as 92's by most, but Maytag literature usually referred to them as 92 style, The 92 was the first model washer to use this style with kick pedal. So to correctly match engine to washer use tank number, serial number of washer and serial number of engine.
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Thanks for the info. Just goes to show you how much the Gurus on this forum really have stored in their noggins.

Guess I'll stay away from a washing machine and just grind some corn with this one.
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