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Re: Lister Dating

Post by RAB on Mon Apr 19 2010, 20:01

Peter wrote:
ryan wrote:If anyone would like to try and find out some history, and dates on a lister they have the man you need to email is David Edgington email him on this link mailto:info@stationaryenginebooks.co.uk he is very helpfull bounce

I have recently purchased a Lister D type petrol engine, 2 HP, 1000 RPM, S/N 2814.

Would you be able to provide information on the approximate year of manufacture?

Thanks in anticipation

Peter

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Hi Peter,

Have a look here:

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Prety good for dating if no joy there then try snail mail to

David Edington
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Hope that points you in the right direction.

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Lister D dating

Post by Peter D Owen on Mon Sep 24 2012, 15:30

Hi
My Lister D serial no is.....3951 DH2
When was it manf,.
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Any clues to date ?

Post by ED3229 on Tue Mar 05 2013, 10:09

My plate says No 1/64161 spec 23DH HP1.5 @ 700rpm

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Cheers Andy..

Post by ED3229 on Sun Mar 17 2013, 07:02

ED3229 wrote:My plate says No 1/64161 spec 23DH HP1.5 @ 700rpm

ED

Thanks to Andy I now know its One of a pair sent to Alfa Laval of Brentford (on 23/4/51).

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by stationary stu on Sun Mar 17 2013, 13:17

You've dug out an old thread but it sounds as if you found out the info you needed. Nice one Ed.

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by ED3229 on Sun Mar 17 2013, 14:07

stationary stu wrote:You've dug out an old thread but it sounds as if you found out the info you needed. Nice one Ed.

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Post by blackvanman on Sun Mar 17 2013, 14:50

ED3229 wrote:
ED3229 wrote:My plate says No 1/64161 spec 23DH HP1.5 @ 700rpm

ED

Thanks to Andy I now know its One of a pair sent to Alfa Laval of Brentford (on 23/4/51).
Can't take any credit, it was Abes that contacted David Edgington Smile I asked on your behalf Smile

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by ED3229 on Sun Mar 17 2013, 14:52

blackvanman wrote:
ED3229 wrote:
ED3229 wrote:My plate says No 1/64161 spec 23DH HP1.5 @ 700rpm

ED

Thanks to Andy I now know its One of a pair sent to Alfa Laval of Brentford (on 23/4/51).
Can't take any credit, it was Abes that contacted David Edgington Smile I asked on your behalf Smile

Best thank everyone involved then.......... lol!

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Post by Abes on Sun Mar 17 2013, 17:53

LOL no probs anything to help, and of course a big thank-you to David

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by toaster on Mon Jul 08 2013, 10:03

could anyone tell me the info on my lister D

serial number 197126        is it a 1945? or 46
model number 282 D2H      and what is 282 means  D2H is it a 2hp hopper but it is a tank cooled top on it
2HP  2 1000rpm
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Re: Lister Dating

Post by interloper on Mon Jul 08 2013, 12:43

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This would suggest it's a late 1945. As the thread says if you contact David Edgington he will tell you the date of sale and who it was sold to. I asked him about mine recently (via email), and had a very prompt reply, couldn't ask for more.

Hope that helps?

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by toaster on Tue Jul 09 2013, 22:51

thanks for your help joe i will do that do you have a email address for David

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by interloper on Wed Jul 10 2013, 07:56

Yup, it's in the very first post of this thread Very Happy 

Let us know how you get on.

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by paulji on Sun Jun 29 2014, 19:44

Seeing all this dating on here could anyone date my lister d  which I got this weekend?
no,195162. spec,26dh. hp,1.5. rpm,700. also it is missing a long rod that works the tappets and valves and missing a starter handle. Does anybody have these parts for sale, I would be grateful

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by Simon Taylor on Sat Jan 31 2015, 16:29

wrong topic


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Re: Lister Dating

Post by Simon Taylor on Sat Jan 31 2015, 16:30

didn't realise there was an edit facility, this post was only to say that the previous post was posted in the wrong topic by error.

er... is there a delete option?

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by stationary stu on Sun Feb 15 2015, 16:22

I have a delete option but I'm admin, have you got a ( X ) top right?

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by Simon Taylor on Sun Feb 15 2015, 16:36

Hi Stu,

No I don't have an X anywhere, just a field that says 'Reason for edit" or similar!

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by stationary stu on Sun Feb 15 2015, 17:02

Ah right, well if you need something deleted just send a message to one of the admin team. Very Happy

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Re: Lister Dating

Post by Jason Watkins on Sat Jun 06 2015, 21:29

Hi All, I am trying to date my Lister D engine and was wondering if anyone can help me. The engine plaque has long since gone but I found a stamping on the flywheel which states: 1-96 25

Does this make sense to anyone?

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Lister CS Dublin Ireland

Post by Boubou2 on Mon May 23 2016, 23:05

I have just Bought this and have so much to find out and learn,and want to know about the best i can give and get out of it, am so happy ,i'm actually as they say around here "like a dog with two Dicks".My questiion to ye out there ,what age is my unit or when was it built ? The serial no is CS 5042, the Spec is 5/1/19/ 1, the other no is the Hp which is 5 , and the RPM 600, would app any information anyone can give that would help determine the age ....

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