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    #181338

    I found these Tecumseh / Power Product specs on the net.
    Closest I could measure the stroke on my motor, makes it
    an AV-51.
    Have not found a parts manual yet. Seems to have good compression, etc.,
    so I’m just going to see if it runs soon. A Motor’s manual does show it has
    some kind of upper and lower crank seals though. Not sure if they’re
    available. Will know if I can find the part numbers.

    Power Product Engine Specs

    AH/AV-31 1.625″ bore, 1.5″ stroke
    AH/AV-36 1.75″ bore, 1.5″ stroke
    AH/AV-47 2.0″ bore, 1.5″ stroke
    AH/AV-51 2.0″ bore, 1.625″ stroke
    AH/AV-58 2.09″ bore, 1.680″ stroke
    AH/AV-61 2.09″ bore, 1.769″ stroke
    AH/AV-80 2.25″ bore, 2.0″ stroke
    AH/AV-81 2.5″ bore, 1.625″ stroke
    AH/AV-82 2.5″ bore, 1.680″ stroke

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    #181351

    Wonder if the Cal-Jet 4400 got it’s model number from the RPM’s
    the 4 hp engine is rated at?

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    #181383

    I finished putting the Cal-Jet together today and fired it up.
    I put a new carb kit (with diaphragm, etc.) in it, but it probably
    needs crankshaft seals. It’s running lean on the idle circuit.
    I should attempt to put some decals on it if I can find or
    make some, then put it on the rack for the next 20 years!

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    #181401

    You’re pretty quick. looks better (to me) with
    the front cover painted silver.

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    #181406

    You’re pretty quick. looks better (to me) with

    the front cover painted silver.

    I took a little artistic liberty on the color scheme. All the aluminum color
    you see is just bare aluminum, clear coated. Simple to work on,
    so a fun project to take my mind off the 40 hp Gale with the stuck flywheel!

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