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    wbeaton

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    #192748

    The only way to find out if it fits is to try it. Not all of the parts are compatible without modification. I used a steering yoke from a newer motor on my 1924 model C until I found a replacement. I had to recast the mounting portion as the newer yoke would not work with the old mount.

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    Wayne
    Upper Canada Chapter

    uccaomci.com

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    SCOTT ANTON WHITE

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    #193688

    If your tank matches your crank case you have a C. Some of the early C’s do have square tanks. Rudder F, A, B and C’s flywheels will fit each other’s crank shaft.( also D’s) G’s, J’s, L’s and early Speedster’s flywheels I believe will fit each other ‘s crank shafts also. The carburetor appears to be later too. But remember they were always experimenting and it is not uncommon to come across motors that are stamped “Experimental “

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    SCOTT ANTON WHITE

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    #193701

    Sorry, miss typed, no L’s, meant K’s.

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