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Evil Twin

Hello all, I need help identifying what the engine model # is in my 657. I believe it is the original 6 hp Tecumseh w/ electric start. The cover is rusted out where the ID tag was. I need to know what engine it is so I can get some replacement parts. Thanks for the help.

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Thanks gwest, that is just the info i needed. I have 2 WHs. My old 857, which was my grandfather's and my new aquisition this 657. I'm sure Red Square will be an invaluable resorce as I attempt to restore each of them.

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