The placement for the water transfer Maytag Decals  

Just One Black & Gold was used per Maytag Engine manufactured before 1933. 
On all of the  Horse Power Upright Maytag engine 1911 through 1922. The Black & 
Gold is on the large side of the fuel tank. 
On all of the model 82 Maytag Engine 1923 through 1927, the Black & Gold decal is 
on the side of the fuel tank just above the drain plug. 
On all of the model 92 Maytag Engine manufactured up to 1933 used the Black & Gold 
decal, it is placed on top of the crankcase, with the top of the decal towards the flywheel. 
On the other model 92 Maytag Engine manufactured 1933 and later used the three color 
Red, Black & Gold decals. These Maytag Engines had two decals on them. The 
Maytag Multi-motor decal is placed on top of the crankcase, with top of decal towards 
the flywheel. The 92's with low base fuel tanks had a notice decal on the rear of the tank. 
The 92's with deep fuel tanks had a notice decal on the rear of the tank. 
The 92's with long frame fuel tanks had a notice decal on the left side of frame. 
All of the twin cylinder Maytag engines used the Red, Black & Gold decals. The cast 
iron tank with mounting bolt holes in the bottom and the four lug cast iron fuel tank 
models had the Maytag Multi-motor decal on the rear of the fuel tank just below the fuel 
filler cap. 
The twin cylinder Maytag engines used the Red, Black & Gold decals, with the 
mounting base on top of the engine and the aluminum fuel tank had the Maytag Multi-
motor decal on the rear of the fuel tank and with notice decal on the front side of the fuel 
tank just below the exhaust outlet. 
The twin cylinder Maytag engines with the long frame base had only one decal, it was 
round caution decal and it was placed on the lower face of the starter gear shield. 
The last engine used on the Maytag washing machine was a WMB Briggs & Stratton 
engine with a mounting bracket fastened to the head bolts and a belt shield mounted on 
the wind cover. This engine had the regular Briggs & Stratton decal on the wind cover 
and a Black and Gold round Maytag Caution decal on the belt shield. 
 THE MAYTAG COMPANY 
    Newton, Iowa