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International LAA

Post by Lewis MacRae on Mon May 20 2013, 16:43

Picked up this International LAA engine a couple of days ago. Used to belong to my Grandfather, then sold, then bought back! Very Happy


Laa #1 by LewizMacRae, on Flickr


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Re: International LAA

Post by stationary stu on Tue May 21 2013, 10:28

Lewis you probably know more then me so put me straight LOL, I thought there was only LA and LB International's what makes your's different to be an LAA.

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Re: International LAA

Post by Lewis MacRae on Tue May 21 2013, 19:34

I have no Idea! Does any one else have any idea?

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Re: International LAA

Post by matt86 on Tue May 21 2013, 20:33

His lordship might know the difference .

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Re: International LAA

Post by stationary stu on Thu May 23 2013, 12:04

Has anyone got the book on engines see what it says in there. Or maybe smithy might know with him just getting an LB and being around thises engines.
Might have to PM his lordship king if he hasn't read this post to get his expert opinion on the different types of IHC engines.

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Re: International LAA

Post by JONESEY on Thu May 23 2013, 19:17

The LAA and LBB were a later engines
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Post by JONESEY on Thu May 23 2013, 19:17

The LAA and LBB were a later engines
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Re: International LAA

Post by JONESEY on Thu May 23 2013, 19:18

If you send me the numbers I will tell you when it was built
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Re: International LAA

Post by Lewis MacRae on Thu May 23 2013, 19:32

I think its 1938 approx. Anyway here's the serial No LAA56548.

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Re: International LAA

Post by stationary stu on Fri May 24 2013, 10:43

Cheers Chris for sorting us out. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: International LAA

Post by JONESEY on Fri May 24 2013, 11:42

Lewis your engine was built in April 1940
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Re: International LAA

Post by kevjhnsn on Fri May 24 2013, 12:02

so there a new thing i found out today la lb then later laa lbb , makes the ideing question "whats the difference" ive been asked a few times over the yrs
know thanks to mr jones esquare, i have a knowlodgable answer
cheers chris :thumbup:
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Re: International LAA

Post by Smitty on Fri May 24 2013, 22:13

stationary stu wrote:Has anyone got the book on engines see what it says in there. Or maybe smithy might know with him just getting an LB and being around thises engines.
Might have to PM his lordship king if he hasn't read this post to get his expert opinion on the different types of IHC engines.

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Hello all, you too Stu lol.

I do remember running across the "LBA and LAA" designations and think it is just a mod indicator.
I'll look later and may be able to clear that up.
Nice engine too!

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Re: International LAA

Post by Smitty on Fri May 24 2013, 22:30

Right..,

A short search and voila.., the LA designates the model and the extra A designates the hp, in this case 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 throttleable.
I suppose then that just LA would be the 1-1/2hp one.
The LB is the 3-5hp version. Scratch that.., the LBA is the 3-5 hp one Rolling Eyes :stick lol:

Hope that helps,

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Re: International LAA

Post by Smitty on Sat May 25 2013, 02:16

Now I have to do a bit of looking at my LB again as I'm sure it's a 1-1/2 to 2-1/2hp engine, it has the throttle handle to regulate hp.
Probably my beer saturation level has over extended.
I'll check when I get back from this trip.

Cheers from sunny wet San Antonio, TX,

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Re: International LAA

Post by stationary stu on Sat May 25 2013, 11:58

Well I knew the LA was the first one produced then the LB so don't know where the LAA and LBA would fit into the production run. I don't know where I've put my LB engine details but I think mine was around 1940.

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Re: International LAA

Post by Smitty on Sat May 25 2013, 23:39

In El Paso TX now, and parked for tomorrow and Monday.

Any way.., mine's an LBA if I'm not mistaken, so a 3-5hp engine.
Shame on me for not registering its pedigree right off and writing it down. (First thing I did when I brought home the "D"!)
I'll double check that when I'm home.

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