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Old 09-04-2011, 03:10:51 PM
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im having no luck in my area finding a oil bath air cleaner for a 10 hp wisconsin,are there any places that make repro of them or maybe some one in here have one they would part with thanks
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I see them on E-Bay some times. Also there is a dealer in Pompano Florida that obtained all of the used parts our family had 4 or 5 years ago. I hear he still has a good inventory of the older parts.

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Alot of parts for these older Wisconsins are EXTREMELY difficult, if not impossible to find.
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anyone have a photo of what it looks like. i just got a truck load of engines and it had some bigger wisconsins in it. but i would need a photo to know what i am looking for.
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here is a pic of the one i need this one is for my aen wisconsin but they are the same
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Here are some photos from the one on my AEHS. The one for my AEH is beat to nothing, so I didn't take a picture of it.









On the AEH, I plan to make an ad-hoc dry-element type replacement. I drew it up today in SolidWorks.
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Aahhh!!! I got limited by the four pictures limit. Here's the solid model of the one I plan to build...

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---------- Post added at 04:23 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:15 PM ----------

I probably should describe this a bit more. It is a built around a Wix 42087 dry-paper filter element, which was used on Corvair per the Wix webpage.

The bottom plate is a piece of 1/4" thick aluminum plate, 5.5" outside diameter. In the middle is a 2" hole that goes over the air intake tube. The top cover is another piece of 1/4" aluminum plate, also 5.5" outside diameter. It has a 1/4" hole in the center for the post from the air intake tube.

The four holes were supposed to have 1/4" dowel pins in them to center the filter element in the holder. I didn't insert them yet. The whole thing is held together by a 1/4" wing nut on the top, which goes around the post in the center. I didn't draw threads on it, as threads are a pain and this computer is old and wouldn't handle rendering threads well.

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Here are some photos from the one on my AEHS. The one for my AEH is beat to nothing, so I didn't take a picture of it.









On the AEH, I plan to make an ad-hoc dry-element type replacement. I drew it up today in SolidWorks.
That looks like the one on my AHH

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anyone have a photo of what it looks like. i just got a truck load of engines and it had some bigger wisconsins in it. but i would need a photo to know what i am looking for.
Do you happen to have a AHH wisconsin camshaft pin? I need one after what happened yesterday where I misplaced mine and jepopardized my engine project
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no i dont have a camshaft pin good luck
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Thanks man. I think im gonna have to machine a new one.
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If you can't find an oil bath air cleaner, let me know. I should have one around here.
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That air cleaner is identical to the one on my '47 B model Briggs.

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