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Bamfords and millers

Post by RAB on Sun Mar 21 2010, 19:49

seen this on ebay, everything looks identical to a bamford, so whats the history on the different makers http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/RARE-millers-tulip-top-pumping-set-stationary-engine_W0QQitemZ130376566049QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_BOI_FarmingEquipment_RL?hash=item1e5b0c8521

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Re: Bamfords and millers

Post by Foden on Sun Mar 21 2010, 20:04

Millars Machinery paid Bamford's to cast their name on engines destined for use on Millars pumping sets etc, they were still Bamford engines underneath! A pic of one of our club members engines below.

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Post by RAB on Sun Mar 21 2010, 20:05

thanks for that foden Very Happy

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Re: Bamfords and millers

Post by Hughesy on Sun Mar 21 2010, 20:16

where would i get a flywheel repaired

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