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Sunstar/Ultima engine specs


ambler

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I thought I would ask other owners to put their numbers here to compile a table as this information is not easily available. make, model, manufacturer number (169----), engine type, engine spec number, serial number. we can deduce year from serial number. make is simp, massey duetz allis, duetz agco etc. model is say 1920. this should also be done to post 1985 sovereign.
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I have(bought used) M/N 1692135, S/N 2460, 1500 hrs on hourmeter, 20 HP Kohler, M/N CH20S, Spec 64512, S/N 2402507007. From what I can tell mine is early '90's. Two speed axle and power steering. Front PTO and and 48" mower deck. My 4 wheel junior 'Harley'. Engine is V-2.
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Ambler I will gladly post my info, but I don't quite understand the purpose of the table you want to compile. I called Simplicity when I first got Big Daddy and got the DOB and any other specs you can think of are readily available. My contact at Simplicity is Marty G. Roehner 262.284.8643 his email is mgr@smimail.com my Deutz-Allis 1691392 serial# 13436 was built on 01/16/90 it is the twin of the Sunstar 1691381 kohler engine M20S spec#: 49544 disp:770 ser#:2619912176
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If I need to repower mine thrn I would like to know all the spec numbers for M20 that simplicity put in the tractor or the CH20s or Briggs vangard. It gives me greater choice. There is a similar table on the other site for the BGB tractors. Bill says he really liked the vangard. Also I'm picking one up that needs repowered.
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When I bought it in 2001 it had around 1300hrs on it he told me it was rebuilt at about 500hrs i have around 1400hrs now. they were green from 1986 to 1991 i think.
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I have an Ultima 1920 1691392 13646 with M20S 49544 Ser # 2000414516 Thats a 1990 engine maybe 1991 tractor. Green of course.
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Hi, Ifyou are ever in need we have two temp certified kits for this family, One a 20 hp Command, and the other a 25 hp Command. There are many things that need to be changed to go to the Command. Our kits include every part down to the last screw and complete step instructions for written for the average homeowner that is handy with tools to do. Al Eden
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