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Old 03-16-2010, 09:56:07 AM
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Hi,

Im a middle schooler from SC, I need help finding out what model of engine this is so I can resore it. I know its 5 horse power, 2600 rmp, pat NO. 3140794 and was pattenend in the late 60's. The catolog number is either 187-2348 or 87-2348. I have attached some pictures of our engine
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Pull the head and measure the bore & stroke. This will give you the information to find out what your engine is.
The following web-site has a chart that should be able to show you what you have based on the bore & stroke of your engine:
http://www.asecc.com/data/wisconsin-models.html
Once you know what you have, post it here and some one will be able to direct you to where you can find a manual for your engine. Some are available to download for free.
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