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"EASY" Washing Machine Engine registry


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Old 09-13-2019, 09:58:55 PM
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Default "EASY" Washing Machine Engine registry

I am curious about how many of the EASY Washing Machine Engines have survived.
I am aware of the three main versions of the engine.
Version 1 has an external mag and cast iron flywheel.
Version 2 has an under flywheel magneto and brass flywheel.
Version 3 has an under flywheel magneto and a pot metal flywheel.

My engine is a Version 1. #1024
What other engines have survived?

I would appreciate any additions or corrections to a list of surviving engines.

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Don't have the S.N. but I have version 2.
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I have version 2 and 3. My version 2 is on a complete washing machine.
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I believe mine is version 2, serial # 11548. Has a homemade carb made out of brass plumbing fittings and feeds off a early Briggs tank by suction.
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