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Old 11-14-2018, 01:30:46 PM
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This thread has the engine you guys are talking about complete with the original tin tag.

Would have been nice if it was a pumper but with that pulley I can't expect it was...

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Thanks for the link, Jon. May I assume that it is the same engine that is in nar's post?
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One and the same...
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I just picked up a 2 hp Standard, SN 1818, and was wondering if the crank side flywheel nut is left handed. It needs quite a bit of TLC so I'm sure there'll be more questions coming down the pike. I'm just trying to get everything loosened up at the moment. Thanks
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There is a Youtube video of a 20hp Twin Standard.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVIbO-IB6Rk

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Answered my own question.
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Bob..that video looks to be a San Francisco Standard ?
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I'm about ready to start putting my 2-1/2 HP Standard back together and am wondering if there's some trick to get the timing right. It looks like you're kind of running blind in getting the camshaft and crankshaft gears meshed right and am looking for some advice. Thanks
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I'm about ready to start putting my 2-1/2 HP Standard back together and am wondering if there's some trick to get the timing right. It looks like you're kind of running blind in getting the camshaft and crankshaft gears meshed right and am looking for some advice. Thanks
Piece of cake after getting started, I was making a mountain out of a mole hill.
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