Wolf Prairie Arts

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    Berrien Springs, MI
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    Running hands-on blacksmithing experiences for kids
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  1. I recently acquired a larger Champion Eureak Geared Blower that has an electric blower that I am trying to restore. It is missing the twist-in cover to control the air flow and I will need to fabricate or find one. Does anyone have a picture of one they would be willing to share? or better yet a spare to sell? The Eureka geared blowers are the ones that bolt to the side of the small forges usually referred to as a rivet forge, but this blower came from a larger 142 forge. If you don't have the large one, even the smaller one will help. Thank you in advance for your help Henry
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    Identification of Champion Blower

    Is it a Champion #140? It has that style of handle and a 3-legged stand. See Page 10 of the #80 catalog posted at https://ozarktoolmanuals.com/wp-content/uploads/pdfcatalogs/Champion_Blower_Forge.pdf It might also be a #40 or a Lancaster Geared Blower as they appear to use the same gearbox, but a different handle. The midway has a vertical gearbox so it's out As many have stated it appears to be too big to have the eureka geared blower on the smaller agricultural/rivet forges. Henry