If it is an electronic ignition it is a P218G, if it has points then it is a B43G.
Thanks for the info Onan18,If it is an electronic ignition it is a P218G, if it has points then it is a B43G.
I'm just looking for a gasket/seal set. then going from there.ichcub.
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thank you. boomer
Thanks a bunch TJ, ill take a look tomorrow.168-0187 is the gasket and seal kit. FYI, the engine serial number is stamped in the block at the top rear behind the carb or on the side of the block behind the starter. 6-7 digits in most cases. Find that and I can more than likely tell you the spec number that goes with the P218G model.
Above not needed for a gasket kit.
G9-Pro Weldanpower 250.....very nice welders.Is the Lincoln a G9-Pro or Ranger9? Just curious, both are solid welders.
I'll check in the morning on crossing the serial number. 99% of the time it's not an issue for me to get the full model and spec number from the serial number. My records go back to 1942 but once in awhile there are a few gaps with missing info.Hope this post doesn't exceed the time limit but I've a P218G that I cannot find the spec numberl I've scoured the blower housing as well as every square inch (aside from the bottom). I did find a number stamped on the block - 3315901 that someone might know how to cross reference. The parts people aren't very helpful without the spec number even though a carb kit shouldn't be that unique.
146-0500 is a more detailed kit but the cost is more than double of the most often used basic 146-0657 kit.Well, scrounged up a parts catalogue off the net and the part number for the carb kit is 146-0500. Should pick up a coil but need to find the spec number as the catalogue show two part numbers; one for A-G and on for H.