That guy should be fired,because Sears used Onans in quite a few tractors (Roper built) in the 70s!...
I think the 16 and 18 HP "BF" model Onans were the ones they used..you know,I really hate it when someone at a company who's supposed to KNOW their product,doesnt really know SQUAT !..
....off topic example:
--I go to the local Comcast company,to see about getting digital cable boxes--first off,the lady there says she "knows nothing about a free digital box offer"--(It was posted in the local paper!)--then she asks a co-worker,who says "I THINK thats only for "basic" cable customers,NOT those who have the "digital economy" package (what we have!)--then she says "So you'll habve to RENT a cable box for every analog TV ,for 2 dollars a month per box"...
OK--so I ask if an "aftermarket" store bought digital converter box will work,and all the women in the office start clucking..one says "It MIGHT work,but only up to channel 100,or whatever the upper limit of that particular box is"...another says "Oh no,they wont work at ALL with Comcast's signals,only OUR boxes will get ALL the channels your paying for"...another says "I'm not really sure.."..
I left there thouroghly confused,aggravated,and ticked off about being talked into getting the "digital economy package" a few months back to avoid "losing" channels,and now I find out if I had kept BASIC cable,I'd be getting two FREE converter boxes,now I'll have to PAY to get any,because their "digital economy package" was designed to SAVE us money..HOW?...now every day another channel dissapears from every TV ,but the one hooked to the Comcast box..