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|Clark||I have a Surge PTO Generator Model # 20004, 120/240 AC Volts, KW 15, 62.5 AMP, Cycles 60, PH 1. I don't know much about them. I want to learn when they were made and what they are worth in today market. What are some of the common problems? Are they a collectors item for antique tractor collectors? Can someone point me in a direction to learn more? From the tag they were made by the Babson Bros. in Oak Ridge, IL. Thank you so much.
|jonjon|| if it was built by surge they are now westfalia and i think they were used on some dairy farms for backup power probably not worth much if its old cost a fortune to keep up.