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My lister domestic pump

Post by kevin bird on Fri Jun 03 2011, 19:04

Now finished restoring my domestic pump

just got to make a tank and a trolley for it now

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Post by matt86 on Fri Jun 03 2011, 19:08

top notch paint job there fella Smile what sort of size tank you going to use ?

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Post by kevin bird on Fri Jun 03 2011, 19:22

i am very good at welding and i have got some 1.6mm steel plate so will make 1 out of that.
as for the paint job i sprayed all the individual pieces with red led primer for an undercoat and then repainted with the green as a top coat

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Post by matt86 on Fri Jun 03 2011, 19:40

i have made a miniature drum looks like a 45gallon one but holds around 15 liters mine is made without the sign of a welder , Il take a picture and post it on here tomorrow

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Post by kevin bird on Fri Jun 03 2011, 20:02

that would be nice to see

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Jun 04 2011, 09:11

Great job Kevin, looking forward to seeing the tank made up and it all up and running.

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Post by matt86 on Sat Jun 04 2011, 21:23

hello Kevin as promised a picture of the tank i have made ....





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Post by kevin bird on Sat Jun 04 2011, 23:40

very nice hoping will be finished tomorrow on a trolley with a tank as i am going to a rally with it next sunday

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Post by kevin bird on Mon Jun 06 2011, 16:33

Now finished and running on my Lister D

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Post by stationary stu on Tue Jun 07 2011, 01:34

Looks great Kevin, and pumping very well. Way to go. Very Happy

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Post by kevin bird on Tue Jun 07 2011, 16:52

Thanks,
I was very surprised as to how much pressure it had as it filled a 2.5 litre jug in 3 seconds.
May be that is just because it is on a 900 RPM engine though.

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Post by stationary stu on Wed Jun 08 2011, 09:09

You can get reduction changing the size of the pulleys, that's one way for it not to pump as much coz if your showing it and it's a bit windy you'll have water everywhere at that rate Laughing Laughing Laughing On the good side your making the engine work for it's living ,might cost you a bit more in fuel to run over a weekend rally. A very nice set up, well done.

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Post by BRASSO on Thu Jun 09 2011, 08:15

Very nice and looking really smart.

Well done.

Cheers

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Post by mike d on Sun Jun 12 2011, 23:07

HI KEVIN....
very nice job you've done there mate..
will look great out on the rally field..
keep it up mate..
regards,mike.

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Post by zakyboi on Thu Aug 04 2011, 16:19

that looks beautiful! you should be proud! where did you get the paint for the pump?

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Post by kevin bird on Sat Aug 13 2011, 07:57

I got the paint from Kenyons paint specialist in oldham.
Its a dacralite paint and they mix it to order whilst you wait

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Post by brooko on Tue Aug 16 2011, 22:30

very nice job thinking of giving mine a new paint job. what is the the name of the green you have used

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