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I am looking for an original set of Tecumseh decals for a 1968 era HH100 engine. I am looking for the 10 hp Tecumseh balloon decal, Solid State ignition decal, air cleaner decal and lubrication decal. If you have any of these for sale or know where I can purchase some please send me a message. Thanks!
HH80, HH100, HH120, OH120-OH180, VH80, VH100
First model year engines were named HH140, HH150 and HH160. Changed to OH140, OH150 and OH160 to reflect the overhead valves
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Tecumseh HH80-110112D used on
1971 WorkHorse 800 model 1-0100
Tecumseh HH100-115095B used on
1968 Charger 9 model 1-7931
1968 Charger 9 model 1-7932
1968 Raider 9 model 1-6931
1969 Charger 10 model 1-7041
1969 Raider 10 model 1-6041
Tecumseh HH100-115145B used on
1970 Raider 10 model 1-6051
Tecumseh HH100-115145C used on
1971 Raider 10 model 1-0300
Tecumseh HH120-120129C used on
1970 Charger 12 model 1-7253
1970 Raider 12 model 1-6253
Tecumseh HH120-120180D used on
1974 C-120 Automatic model 1-0495
1975 C-120 8-Speed model 1-0357
1975 C-120 8-Speed model 1-0375
Tecumseh HH160-170019 or OH160-170019 used on
1974 C-160 8-Speed model 1-0385
Tecumseh VH80-148001 used on
1970 Charger V8 model 1-7851
1970 Commando V8 model 1-4851
1970 Commando V8 model 1-4852
1971 CG-8 model 1-0200
1972 CG-8 Auto model 1-0200
1972 CG-8 Auto model 1-0201
I'm working on rebuilding HH100 and trying to be as attentive to details as possible with my restoration. The picture below was of an NOS Raider 9, which is very similar to the tractor I am working on. The piece in question is highlighted by the yellow arrow in the picture below. What is this metal hoop on top of the engine called and what is its purpose? I have seen some tractors with it and others without. It seems useless to me and likely to be discarded if someone ever rebuilt the engine. I can't seem to find a good reference to it in the online HH100 parts list, at least not anything that gives me a part number to look up. Any insight into this would be appreciated.
As the title suggests, I'm at a crossroads for a '74 HH100 (10hp) cast iron tecumseh sitting on my shelf.
It looks like it was once part of a generator or welder (seller's pic below).
With a decarb, valve job, tank / carb cleaned and a new head gasket, it runs smooth, no knocks/smoke and has nice throttle response.
The bore and ringgap are in spec.
The only downside is that the crank is hacked off (I assume it was a tapered shaft anyway) and there's no keyway.
What would you do?:
Buy another crankshaft and possibly a connecting rod? Have a keyway milled in the existing crank and add a shaft adapter (1 1/8")
Here she is getting acquainted with her cast-iron K181 cousin.
I think she'd make a fine power plant for a wheel horse roller someday!
Whole or parts, Tecumseh HH120 engine, was on a 1974 C120A Wheel Horse.
The engine turns over and shows 50lbs on compression gauge using a weak battery. I have not had it running.
I have the air cleaner tins, not shown.
Let me know what you need. Pay the shipping and a few bucks for my time and its yours.
I have to add appropriate pricing for the parts on the engine, (per the rules)
Air cleaner tins, $10 + Shipping
Starter $15 + shipping
Block $40 + shipping Turns really smooth, bore and valves look okay, I think this is a pretty good short block.
Engine Tins, $15 + $13.50 shipping
Fly wheel screen $10 + shipping.
Carburetor $10 + shipping. (I am not sure of it's condition).
Stator $17 + 7.50 shipped to US
Fly Wheel $15 + $13.50 shipping
Something you want and need send a PM