1937 Maytag Engine model 72 repair #48

Posted by on Mar 1, 2013 in Videos | 11 comments

On with the show, let ‘er dry and sand ‘er down, warped sideways, broken bracket, bent, rusted very bad, yes it had a dent in it, brazed, been in the electrolysis tank, wire brushed, degreased, this segment guard is assembly number 3957, look at-er now, rust free, primed, spot putty, sanded with 320 wet or dry sandpaper, used dry, going to be dark hunter green,, rust-oleum enamel, spray can, high gloss, three coats, over rusty metal primer, new water transfer decals, this old junk worn out, rusty antique washing machine engine is going to be looking good, 1937 Maytag model 72,...

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1937 Maytag Engine model 72 repair #64

Posted by on Feb 16, 2013 in Videos | 13 comments

1937 maytag multi-motor, she’s a rollin’, now she’s a runnin’,,,, two turns on the flywheel and she’s off and running,, go back to number one video of this series to see how we got to this point, rust, rust, and more rust, no problem,, let no metal parts miss a trip through the electrolysis tank,, (no!, sand or bead blasting) clean metal = rust-oleum rusty metal primer under three coats of dark hunter green enamel, spray can, new old stock water transfer decals, but not before a complete rebuild,,, new rings, lightly honed cylinders, hand cut gaskets for a full...

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1937 Maytag Engine model 72 rebuild #7

Posted by on Jan 27, 2013 in Videos | 3 comments

To stop, turn left, it says it right there on the air cap, ‘Used parts’ cast iron cracks up close, if we may talk parts for a little bit, small differances, all parts are not the same, made in the USA, in the year of 1937, just think about it, this design would be made for 10+ years more,, when electricty was made available, yes it would be the death of these engines, maytag wringer washing machines with old smokey, oiley, gas burning, did I say smoking, yes they are supposed to do that,16-1 oil and gas mixture, multi-motors would then be replaced with electric motors and...

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1937 Maytag Engine model 72 rebuild #31

Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in Videos | 6 comments

Read all warning labels, follow instructions, no duck tape needed, it only takes about twenty minutes to coat a 1937 Maytag, twin cylinder multi-motor gas tank, top and bottom,, that is after you done got it cleaned, rust free, I clean parts in the electrolysis tank, as a rule I don’t clean cast iron parts with acid products, nor do I sandblast parts,, it’s part of a basic rebuilding job, I use Kreem brand, fuel tank liner, use with caution, the material it’s self,, in my world is kinda pricey, in your world it may not be, i’m just saying it’s a little pricey...

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1937 Maytag Engine model 72 rebuild #35

Posted by on Jan 10, 2013 in Videos | 8 comments

Aaa,, as Paul Harvey said, hey you’ll listen up we are still on the “side trip”, belt guard explained, we are talking about the maytag twin cylinder multi-motor,, hanging model 72,, fuel (gas) tanks, S-339 cast iron, S-334 aluminiun, no bottom mounting holes, hang-er up, paint-er green?, no! not the top mount model,, black wrinkle or semi-gloss will get-er done, check year model for paint color,, new rings, decals, and them sparkplugs, enjoy, leave a comment, subscribe, pass it on,,,, picture this, I wanted me a Hugo hat, so I went to the hat store,,, I said ‘aa, hat...

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