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Vintage Distributor not off an automobile.Maybe a gas generator,compressor,tractor or other?

It has a 3 lob cam with one lobe a wide duration  flat. Odd to me.

It has advance weights.

 

Auto-lite  dist. No. I AD 436A 9L

Maybe the body, main shaft and drive gear can help some one ?

(We robbed the mount that goes to the back of a generator run from the timing chain for ourselves .)

 

The drive gear ,14 teeth.(G or O 89) on gear

 

The shaft protruding below gear .4089 

The body approx 3" I.d.

The body mount shank,1.060

 

Some soaking and good heat will get it apart I'm sure.

 

$20.00 plus shipping.

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On 10/8/2022 at 12:58 AM, Flivverking said:

Vintage Distributor not off an automobile.Maybe a gas generator,compressor,tractor or other?

Auto-Lite distributor IAD-4036A was used on 1951-60 Wisconsin VP4 and VP4D engines (4cyl.).

The correct part number of the gear would be Auto-Lite GE-89.

I did not find this gear on any car application. Besides on Wisconsin the gear was also used on some 1951-52 Universal Marine and Industrial engines.

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On 10/7/2022 at 3:58 PM, Flivverking said:

Vintage Distributor not off an automobile.Maybe a gas generator,compressor,tractor or other?

It has a 3 lob cam with one lobe a wide duration  flat. Odd to me.

It has advance weights.

 

Auto-lite  dist. No. I AD 436A 9L

Maybe the body, main shaft and drive gear can help some one ?

(We robbed the mount that goes to the back of a generator run from the timing chain for ourselves .)

 

The drive gear ,14 teeth.(G or O 89) on gear

 

The shaft protruding below gear .4089 

The body approx 3" I.d.

The body mount shank,1.060

 

Some soaking and good heat will get it apart I'm sure.

 

$20.00 plus shipping.

IMG_20221007_183518834.jpg

I’d like to buy this part please

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Hello-

I saw your pictures of this  mystery distributor.  I havea 1966 Bobcat  M600 front end

loader with a Wisconsin VF4D engine, the prototype for all modern skid-steer machines.somebody put the wrong type of distributor in it and it doesn't run -very well-.    This is the correct distributor for my engine,  I would like to buy this one from you.

Please email me directly at carljtaylor@cs.com, or if you prefer, give me a tel call

408-391-9179,  out in California.  I don't usually answer unknown cell calls,  (spam!)

so just leave a good message and timeto call you back.

Thanks,  Carl Taylor

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