Need a little help here.

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phillip
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Need a little help here.

Post by phillip » Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:32 pm

Pops has the beginnings of Alzheimers. So I'm always looking for projects that he and I can do together and keep his mind active.I found this and was wanting some info on it. Value, Difficulty of rebuilding, Availability of parts etc. Thanks.


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phillip
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Re: Need a little help here.

Post by phillip » Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:37 pm

BTW, The only info I found on the data plate was the disp.@ 118ci, And the rpm @ 350 to 700. Also, I found a number stamped in the top of the crankcase???? K2E25220.

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Post by ronm » Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:25 am

Later model, condenser-cooled Fairbanks-Morse "Z"-probably from an oil field application? Parts shouldn't be a problem, they made a million of them...not really rare or collectible, but probably a good engine for the purpose...sorry to hear about your Dad, it's not an easy thing to deal with...

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Re: Need a little help here.

Post by phillip » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:08 pm

ronm wrote:Later model, condenser-cooled Fairbanks-Morse "Z"-probably from an oil field application? Parts shouldn't be a problem, they made a million of them...not really rare or collectible, but probably a good engine for the purpose...sorry to hear about your Dad, it's not an easy thing to deal with...

Preciate it.

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