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Old 03-17-2005, 11:40:31 PM
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Hi, I found a Standard Cream Separator Engine last Saturday That is missing the magneto. I need a magneto or information on the make and model of magneto that it used. Thank you for your help, Kevin
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I have a Page milker engine which was built by Standard and is identical to the Standard. It uses an American Bosch mod. EX1ED22. I also have a Standard Separator engine which has a mag that is not the same but the engine is so burried in the shed that I can't get to it. If you really need that info too I will get back to you in a couple of weeks.
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Old 03-18-2005, 11:58:47 AM
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Hello Kevin, Did you get the oiler with the engine? Keven
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Hi Kevin R, I have a Standard Separator Engine with a Dixie mag. I'm actually working on that engine (restoration) today. I sent the mag in to be rebuilt and I don't have it back yet. Do a search in the archives for Standard Cream Separators and you will find my previous posts/threads. I posted some pre-restoration pics. I made new rist pin and 4 or 5 oil impregnated bronze bushings for mine, also had the crank reground..... smooooth. For a little package they are worth quite a bit of money. Did you get the base with it??? I once heard a complete Standard Separator setup sold for around $3600!!! I have a manual and what I think are the original colors. I think I have a pic of someone elses mag I will attach. I was also missing the muffler and pipe, so I'm making a 1"x4" nipple 7/8-20 thread one end and the other end 3/4 NPT. Let me know if you want more info.

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Hi, Thanks for the help. The engine has the oiler and the base. It is loose and complete except for the mag and muffler. I didn't get the cream separator with it though. It should be an interesting engine to see run. I was going to post a picture but can't open the manage attachments.
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Hey Kevin, try double clicking on the manage attachments button. I had the same problem.

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Old 03-20-2005, 12:49:23 AM
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Hi Erik, I cleaned my engine off today and it has a lot of original paint. My flywheel is blue with a silver face. Hope the pictures turn out to help with your restoration. I tried to get a picture of the pin stripe that was left on one of the legs.
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Hi Dan do you still have your page milking machine engine ? I recently got one on ebay an in the process of restoring it . do you have
any litature for it ? anything at all would be greatly appreciated.I
know it was made by standard but in what year.and the original color
thanks for any help Ken.
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Hi Ken;
The Standard engines were painted black in the early models and somewhere along the line they switched to a medium blue color. they all had silver cylinders. The Paige I have had traces of a very light yellow, almost a cream color on it but I have no idea it this was original or a repaint. I have no literature for either engine and am only guessing on the years of manufacture at about 1918 to about 1930. That guess is based on the different magnetos that I have seen on them.

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