Proud owner or another Wizard!!!I just purchased a WF-7 Serial # 412412 I believe it's a 1950 year model. It is missing the bottom cowling cover (does anyone have a spare or know where I can purchase one)? Motor has very good compression and is getting good spark/fire and started after giving it a shot of staring fluid. But gas was left in tank so I'm going out to the shop, to start the dis-assembly and cleaning process. Again, If anyone has any idea where to get the needed parts, please let me know! I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org of feel free to call me @ (931) 625-5198 Thanks in advance!!!!
I picked up a tower/gearcase from WF7 last Spring
at a meet, I noticed the prop shaft thread was
1/2"x 13 threads per inch. Kiekhaefer's seem to favor fine thread for crankshaft and prop shaft. Would you
check your prop shaft thread and relate what you
find there. Thanks
It's sort of expensive, but Ebay has a lower cowling that would probably work for you.
That lower cowl will not fit a WF7, only one from another WF7 or WG7 will fit.
Sorry, I was under the impression all of the super 10s used the same cowlings. I got this impression from this picture in the photos section of the website.
The caption reads "Ronald (Lietha)'s, Four completely restored Wizard Super 10's, 55-56, WM-7 & WM-7A's.
I can't find a clear picture of a WF7 on the internet
Hey Bryan, I should have clarified, the WF7 & WG7 are tank mounted on top motors similiar, but not the same to their Mercury cousins, with the split removable bottom cowl.
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you! I checked mine today and it's 1/2 X 13