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I've brought home a PE-95 generator. I'm planning to part it out. I'm keeping the engine and related parts such as carburetor, air cleaner, etc. If you see any part that you are interested in, post your interest and best offer. I will try to get back with you in order of posted interest.
To keep with the rules of this forum, the entire item less the engine and parts that I am keeping is available for $300.00. I don't expect that anyone would want the entire unit so I'll be glad to part it out. Please be patient with me. I'm doing this in my spare time (which is scarce these days).
Looks to be a WWII vintage generator. Previous owner said he had it running at one time.
I can be reached by phone at 479-855-7499, or by private message, or by leaving a post on this topic.
Location is NW Arkansas. No fuel tank. No side covers. Not sure about the tool boxes?? It does have the tool tray under the rear top cover. I've not found anything that I would call a tool box. I do have the slide in battery tray frame. You asked about TIA. I don't know what the TIA is.
Disassembly has already begun. I'm interested to see how much copper is inside this thing. Looks like it may be 40 or 50 pounds!!??
I came up with an idea. I've got a dozen or more L134 engines around here. I may make the front frame of this into an engine test jig. I'll leave the radiator in place and the engine mounts. I'll cut off the rear frame, leaving just the front half of the frame. It will be a perfect engine test run stand. If I ever get than done, I'll post pictures.
I've totally dismantled the generator. Taking one of these items apart is not for the faint of heart. It was a back breaker! Even with an engine hoist, this job was a challenge. Our ancestors who enginered, designed, and built this and items like this during WWII are to be amired. What a work of art this machine is (was). Old technology, but a masterpiece for sure.
The MB engine looks like a good one. The generator pieces are in my scrap pile waiting for transit to the scrap buyer. The generator parts alone must weigh 7 or 8 hundered pounds. There is gobs of copper in there, but I have no clue on how to get the copper out. I'll just have to see what the scrap buyer says about it.
I'm keeping all the engine parts and accessories. I've not decided what to do yet with the governor.
At this point, all that I have for sale is the control panel with the guages in it. If anyone can use the control panel, I will take $50.00 plus UPS for it.