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Post by earlsinclare on Sat Dec 11 2010, 11:42

a petter paz1.

hope you like it.
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Re: this time its a diesel.

Post by mike d on Sun Dec 12 2010, 01:46

HI EARL...

looks like you are going on the economy run....nice one...

did you get rid of the blue LISTER D????

regards....mike...

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Post by Guest on Thu Dec 16 2010, 12:31

Looks good Smile cheers

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Post by billypurves on Thu Dec 16 2010, 18:25

It is good to see a lot more diesels getting restored.At one time they were frowned upon and suppose they always will be by some.


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Post by mike d on Fri Dec 17 2010, 00:57

your rite there bill...

there seen more and more nowadays..

the Lister CS petter etc...the list goes on...

and the fuel goes up and up..... lol! lol!

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Post by Guest on Fri Dec 17 2010, 07:54

i agree billy, its a dim view by those who dont like diesels, as they were as important to stationary engine development as the petrol was.

cheers.

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diesel

Post by fester on Fri Jan 14 2011, 21:11

i have an 2 XRB ruston diesel open crank that is as good looking as any engine out there (fester

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done a bit more

Post by earlsinclare on Thu Mar 03 2011, 08:48


a good clean, a coat of paint and a steel trolley.
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Post by Guest on Thu Mar 03 2011, 12:07

very nice, looking good

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paz1

Post by earlsinclare on Thu Mar 03 2011, 17:37

thanks paul, i just need a air filter and a bit of work to finish the trolley. this one like the fowler will just be for running in the yard they will not see any shows.
thanks richard.

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Post by JONESEY on Thu Mar 03 2011, 19:59

Looks great give your self a pat on the back Smile
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Post by Niek on Thu May 05 2011, 22:15

Hi there,

Looking great! I have a PAZ1 as well, it's quite badly worn
so I think I'll have to replace some internal parts. How's yours?

regards,

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Post by billypurves on Fri May 06 2011, 10:15

Looking good. I hope you are running the engine on red diesel. Nothing like a free crankup and no silly mags to worry about. Well done.

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Post by earlsinclare on Fri May 06 2011, 17:23

it starts and runs realy well, everything is tight and their is now obvious wear, i'm still looking for a saw bench to run from it.
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Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 06:59

It looks great. This is mine.

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Post by JONESEY on Wed May 11 2011, 07:21

Looks good are you going to paint it or leave in it's working cloths, thanks for posting photos
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Post by mike d on Wed May 11 2011, 07:55

Niek wrote:It looks great. This is mine.

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hi niek..
have you bought it to work it or show it..
you boys like your diesels for sure.
thanks for sharing it with us all.
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Post by Foden on Wed May 11 2011, 11:21

They are nice engines, I have one dating from 1954 and it runs a treat (though my rallying mates say that it aint a "proper engine") what do they know eh? Laughing

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Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 11:32

We sure like our diesels but I've also got 3 Bernard petrol engines, I'll post some pictures of them
soon. I think I'm going to respray it as I need to take it apart anyway. It doesn't run very well and
judging by the smoke it produces I guess the pistonrings are worn quite badly.

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Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 11:34

By the way, I think I'll use it for show purposes, but maybe I'll use it to power my
"stork" waterpump. (Dutch brand)

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Post by stationary stu on Wed May 11 2011, 11:41

Foden wrote:They are nice engines, I have one dating from 1954 and it runs a treat (though my rallying mates say that it aint a "proper engine") what do they know eh? Laughing

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Pete thing is you've got diesel in the blood, abit like me, only thing is these are to small for me. Give me a 6 cylinder Leyland or RR Eagle any day Laughing

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Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 11:54

I like the bigger ones too, I've worked on IH blocks ranging from 50 to 80 hp and I own
a 4 cilinder FIAT 411R.

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Post by billypurves on Wed May 11 2011, 18:37

Leave him in his working clothes and what is wrong with a bit of smoke?

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Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 19:23

Well it's not exactly a bit of smoke, the engine doesn't run very smoothly also.

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Post by Niek on Fri May 20 2011, 21:14

By the way, this is the STORK pump I'm intending to use with the PAZ1.


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