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Old 05-08-2012, 04:04:56 PM
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Hello,

I am looking at a older Wisconsin Engine with the external magneto. Owner is going to get Model and Serial number for me. My question is, how available are parts for theses engines? This one has a good mag but needs a carburetor? Thanks

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they made tons of them therefore there are a lot for parts out there. they were and are great engines but collectors don't seem to prize them. most i think were on the heavy side. i'd like to find a couple winnie aircooled inboard boat motors. good luck
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This site is a good one for Wisconsin information.

http://my.att.net/p/s/community.dll?...pid=256080&ck=

As was said, parts are out there if you look around a little.

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Going to look at the Wisconsin tonight after work. Owner is not sure what model it is. I am going to take pics to post here to get a positive ID on the engine. What pictures are most helpful in Identifying These engines? Thanks

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The tag.

Otherwise, the magneto, carb, head, general front back & both sides.
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