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Identifying McCulloch Units
Thu Jun 30, 2011 09:07
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I have been scouring the net for info on how to identify the different units but I have had no luck. Is there a page with some photos/illustrations of each unit and what it was used on?

Thanks!

    • ID of McCulloch S/CJohn Erb, Fri Jul 1 00:14
      Mark, The 6 volt units were Kaiser and the 12 volt units were mostly Studebaker/Packard. Running changes were continually made and units were returned to the factory as $60 cores numbers were changed ... more
      • Re: ID of McCulloch S/CAnonymous, Tue Jul 12 14:25
        Thanks for that. If I am only looking at blower itself is there any way to tell them apart? I do not know what a DO unit is for example. The 6V and 12V is for the control relays correct? The blower... more
        • Re: ID of McCulloch S/CJohn Erb, Wed Jul 13 13:55
          Anonymous, D0 stands for direct oil. They use dirty engine oil and do not have an internal oil pump. Even clean engine oil gets dirty from condensate that happens in a non vented S/C running engine... more
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