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Associated/Stover Engine Cart replacement part


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Old 10-14-2019, 12:30:53 AM
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Default Associated/Stover Engine Cart replacement part

I have a engine cart I believe to be a Associated or a Stover engine cart. Can anyone identify the cart for sure? As you can see the front mount is in very poor condition! I need to replace it with a new piece. I am wondering if the tubular steel is the original or should it have something else? If anyone has a picture, I sure would appreciate it!! Thanks in advance!! Jeff
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Default Re: Associated/Stover Engine Cart (replacement par)t

Hi Jeff,
It is Associated and the tube steel is correct.
Bill in KY
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Old 10-14-2019, 10:03:36 AM
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Default Re: Associated/Stover Engine Cart (replacement par)t

Hay Jeff any snow flakes yet ?? the Stover Cart is for a larger then 2 Hp Engine Correct ? I Have a 2 HP CT-2/TB 1936 ,I have never seen a cart for the smaller engines even on Stack, on here some where I'M sure
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Old 10-30-2019, 10:27:56 PM
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Yes Wayne the snow is starting to land!! Looks like I'll be replacing the back axle channels also!! That's a lot of drilling!! I'm very surprised at the severe rust out on this cart, but only in certain places!!
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New parts!! A lot of drilling!!!!
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You can see why it needed to be replaced!! Got it done today!!
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Old 11-03-2019, 08:56:55 PM
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Default Re: Associated/Stover Engine Cart replacement part

I think this cart is from a Sandwich corn sheller. A Waterloo is similar but I have 2 like it. Hub pictures would be more determining.
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Hello Matt: Here is a picture of the hub and the new rear axle. Let me know what you think? Thanks, Jeff
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Old 11-13-2019, 07:43:03 PM
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Default Re: Associated/Stover Engine Cart replacement part

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You can see why it needed to be replaced!! Got it done today!!
You're doing a great job Jeff!
Believe it or not, I replaced a section of inch and a quarter gas line that looked almost just that bad

It wasn't buried but it was laying in the bottom of a ditch on its way to an irrigation motor. I think the grass and dirt that had built up on top of it was all that was holding in the gas to keep it running!
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Old 11-15-2019, 11:31:35 AM
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It may be a Associated, but it hence forth a Stover cart!! LOL!!
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