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    Does anybody have a spare generator for a 28 model 81 that they would be willing to part with?


    Call Greg Long…….if he doesn’t have it, no one does.


    Why not have yours rebuilt? Local members should be able to direct you

    to a reliable shop.


    The problem was that I took it to a shop that specialized in older generators and they’ve managed to lose parts and not Mark anything when they took it apart so they have no guide on how to put it back together


    Gather up the remains, get out your roster and look up local members,

    preferably with your model. Find out where they have had success. ’20’s

    generators don’t require rocket science and parts are often on hand or

    can be fabricated. I just had a ’22 Studebaker generator restored by

    a great guy in 1 1/2 months for $150, The trouble is he just survived

    a serious bout of cancer and only works part time.

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