I have been messing with small gas engines on n off for about 35 years now. I used to hear of Clinton Engines and may have had an errant part here or there for one that I've gotten in garage sale/auction "box lot" buy,s but I now have my own, 1st complete running Clinton engine. and only the 2d one that I have personally seen. I just returned from an auction with a "Milwaukee" B-12 rear tine tiller. It looks kinda like an early version of a Troy bilt. Everything works, it's a cool little (narrow) machine. and not in too bad of shape.
Having zero experience with Clinton engines I have no way to ID this engine as to HP or age.
It has a Carter Model "N" Carb like I have seen on Kohlers (except that the bowl is more like the shape of a 1/2 sphere) It runs even despite a blown head gasket, something I need to find along with head torque specs. It is cast iron looks to be a little smaller than a Kohler K91.
Engine model; D1107C5B serial number 2177284A
Who knows what about these? Any sources for parts starting with that head gasket?
oh and I need an air filter fo it, it has the adapter off the carb and the stud, someone "make shifted" a paper cartridge onto it.
Edited by dodge trucker, August 10, 2014 - 04:34 PM.