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10HP Fairbanks N Portable


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I saw Andy's Fairbanks today. Boy it's a nice looking engine, and I can't wait to see it run!!

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What a great find , glad to see that you have chosen not to paint it , if it runs as good as it looks you can be proud to enjoy it the way it is.
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Were you able to get this engine running?
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Andy can tell you more about it if he sees this, but the engine runs great. (not my video, but I was there)

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The link below shows another Fairbanks N portable rig that was shown at Jason Dahm's a few months ago. Post #5 has a picture and a video of the engine.

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=111667


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There are atleast (1) if not (2) 12 h.p. hopper-cooled F&M around. Ones at ROLLAG ( full-base ) and the other one is in Kansas.
I have a 12 h.p. hopper cooled also, so that makes 3. I've also hear of another some where in North Dakota.??? The one I have is the half base portable type. It was a special order engine made for a water well drilling machine. The crankshaft sticks out about 18 inches past the flywheel on both sides.
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