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United oil bath air cleaner Wisconsin AF


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Default United oil bath air cleaner Wisconsin AF

Restoring a Wisconsin type AF 1939, I’m looking for a united oil bath air cleaner and the intake tube which fit on to the carb.
The carb is a Stromberg 3/4”, the diameter of the flange is 1 7/16”
hope to get some info
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Hmmm, I may have one, I just acquired a shot AB with a stromberg carn, is it the hanging style you are looking for or the top mount? There are pics of the engine posted here in the wisconsin section, just look for the thread started by me.
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Hello bigGurn,

I think you mentioned your post nov 2011, My first Wisconsin AB, with three pictures.
The Wisconsin AF type (AG-AH) has the carb. intake side in the direction of the take of end.
I'm not sure I think it must look like the air cleaner used with the models AFH-AGH-AHH.
On the Wisconsin site of manufator there is a pdf file of air_cleaners.pdf.
On page 12 is mentioned the type LO24.
Hope this info will help to get the correct one or give you an idea.
Herewith two pictures before dismantled
Andries
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