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Old 01-15-2012, 11:15 AM
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Was looking for some info to help out a fella with an Onan problem... and I found these links to Master Service Man and parts... did not see them in our resources pile so could they be added where they should go??

Opposed twin parts (85pages)

http://www.generator-parts.com/onan/...ES/9650268.pdf

Master Service (older but comprehensive 375pages 13+ Mb)

http://michaelstractors.com/forum/up...e%20Manual.pdf
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Old 01-15-2012, 01:02 PM
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Thank you,
I added it to the Manuals.
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Old 01-15-2012, 01:26 PM
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That'll be handy...

I only have 6 different Onan engines connected to various machines...

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Thanks, I have an old Onan engine that I need to repair. The manuals always make it easier. Now if I can only find the parts when needed. When I bring the topic up I usually get a "good luck" comment.

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Old 01-15-2012, 11:12 PM
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I found Onanparts.com has good prices alot better than John Deere. I work for a Deere dealer and still service Many 318' s and 420's that run the Onan engines. I find there prices almost half the cost of Deere. I also have one in my Miller Legend. I am thinking I may repower it wih a Koehler or a Kawasaki. What ever comes my way!

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I also have one in my Miller Legend. I am thinking I may repower it with a Koehler or a Kawasaki. What ever comes my way!
When you do repower....Be extra careful to doublecheck the engine compatability.... some Miller spec engines have the crank snout machined uniquely for them... so a standard engine will NOT work.....
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That's a good point about the crank I am sure it will require some fabrication. Maybe I can talk the wife into letting me get a new Trailblazer but I doubt that will happen!

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Where can I find the manuals, section. Don't see it anywhere. Thanks
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