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Old 06-15-2015, 09:02 AM
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Hey guys I found an ad on craigslist. A guy has a 14 hp power Onan for sale. It needs a flywheel and a stator. I have a B48G with a dead cylinder. I was wondering what the difference between the smaller Onan and the 19.9 hp Onan? I know the cranks are different, but could I use the cylinders and other internal parts?

For what he is asking for it would save me a ton of money on a rebuild. I might be able to get away with just getting new gaskets!
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The block and jugs are one part on the Onans. This guy was selling the Onan out of this tractor for $600.
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/grd/5068364912.html

I purchased a plow from him and it sounded pretty good but I'm not sure about the crank and if it will work in a 982.

There was a company in Michigan that would rebuild them but you had to send them your short block. Maybe someone remembers the name of them.
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The block and jugs are one part on the Onans. This guy was selling the Onan out of this tractor for $600.
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/grd/5068364912.html

I purchased a plow from him and it sounded pretty good but I'm not sure about the crank and if it will work in a 982.

There was a company in Michigan that would rebuild them but you had to send them your short block. Maybe someone remembers the name of them.
Wow!.. That's a B48G same as the 982. Worth looking into.. he says he wants 800 for the tractor. but it might still be worth it.
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