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    Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    I want to buy this engine for a project of mine but Don't know exactly what it is. I think its a cox .020 peewee though. Am I right?
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    Trees have a tendancy to grow a few feet when airplanes try to fly over them.

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    Yes.

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    +1
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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    ok thanks
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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    Are any of the other engines for sale?

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    Looking at this pic again, is that an OS Max carb on the Tee Dee above the Pee Wee?

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    It looks like a after market Tarno to me.

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    I think it's a carb from an OS PET .09.
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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    I suspect that it's an old OS carb as well. The Tarno was a big blocky looking thing made from bar stock.
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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    It's from an OS Max .10. I have two of em
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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???


    ORIGINAL: controlliner
    It's from an OS Max .10. I have two of em
    You appear to be correct. BTW, the needle for the Pet carb is the same one used for CL. To switch, you just remove the needle assembly and install or remove the carb, then reinstall the needle in the same position. Pics:

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    RE: Is this a cox .020 peewee???

    The arm sticking UP fooled me!
    It seems the PET carb is just a choke.
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