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Ranger 6-440-C2 engines (2ea)

jumpinjan

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Ranger Engines - I have 2 each, Ranger 6-440-C2 engines. One Ranger includes the mags & carb. Both engines are mounted in custom-fabricated, engine stands or dollies. One dolly can rotate the engine 180 degrees just like the factory one. These engines also need to be gone through. No logs for these engines.
I’m asking $1600 for the Ranger w/mags & carb;
$1100 for the other Ranger. Again, due to weight & size, local pickup only because I will NOT ship them…..Please bring a trailer!
Seller - Mr Jan Servaites, (937) 299-8303, [email protected], Kettering Ohio 45420
 

Lotahp1

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Please send pics of these when you send pics of Prop hub. What’s history of these? Any new Ranger parts?
 

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I remember seeing many of these Ranger engines mounted on stands south of Cleveland. They were being used to create wind for vineyards to combat frost. Still had the cowlings on them. Maybe these saw similar service.....
 

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