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07-25-02, 07:05 PM   #1  
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ID for a small engine.

Need help in identifying small Horizontal shaft engine.....

the only numbers I can find are as follows....
Model 143-591122
Serial 9079 12648

Any help would be appreciated

 
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07-25-02, 07:39 PM   #2  
Sounds like old sears numbers to me. Is there a name of any sort, or any script at all on the engine?


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07-25-02, 08:02 PM   #3  
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Small engine ID

Thanks for the reply but that's all I can find.....

It could very well be from a Sears implement.

 
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07-25-02, 08:20 PM   #4  
I'll look in some of my books to see if I can come up with any info for you.


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07-26-02, 05:53 AM   #5  
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It is a Sears engine, supplied by Tecumseh.

The first three digits of the engine model #, 143, denote it is a Tecumseh supplied product.

Go to Sears.com and then click "parts". Plug in the full model # and you'll get a photo of all the exploded parts. If you e-mail Parts Direct through the site, they can probably identify the age and other specifics on it. Or simply contact Tecumseh directly. Their website should be www.tecumsehpower.com

 
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07-26-02, 03:25 PM   #6  
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Many thanks for all your help!

 
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07-26-02, 07:37 PM   #7  
Good job Joe. Thanks!


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