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My 1954 lister d and pump

Post by brooko on Sun Jul 17 2011, 21:03


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Post by mike d on Sun Jul 17 2011, 21:22

very nice,thanks for sharing it with us..
regards,mike...

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Post by hob on Sun Jul 17 2011, 22:28

looks great Cool what size pulley is that on the D ? im planning a similar setup Smile

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Post by mike d on Sun Jul 17 2011, 23:13

Neville...
it looks like the standard size to me..mind you i don't know the measurements of a standard on...
regards,mike..

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Post by BRASSO on Mon Jul 18 2011, 08:16

Looks about a 6" to me!!

Cheers

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Post by stationary stu on Mon Jul 18 2011, 09:43

Great looking set up, thanks for sharing with us.

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Post by Nate on Fri Jul 22 2011, 00:39

that looks familiar. did you have it on show at fairford last summer?

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Post by brooko on Fri Jul 22 2011, 17:43

no i have only just bought it about 2 weeks ago from a bloke in surrey

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updating

Post by lau1990 on Thu Aug 16 2012, 14:45

this engine finally made it to its first rally this year in south cerney Smile its onli one as the stupid english weather has made our other 3 rallies cancel. will get more updates on the pics as well cus the trailer has been changed and the pump is now pumping a water feature Smile

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Post by stationary stu on Fri Aug 17 2012, 10:44

Glad to hear you've managed to rally your engine/set up it does look good. We've all suffered this year with the weather, today you'd think it was November not August, it's peeing down, windy and cold we even have the light on in the house it's that dark.
Have you some up to date pics and maybe a bit more detail please,

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Post by lau1990 on Fri Aug 17 2012, 13:45

ill try get pics of it at the rally on later today atm tryin to get shearer done but its rainin lol

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Re: My 1954 lister d and pump

Post by brooko on Sat Aug 18 2012, 11:20

as requested here is an update to date picture of the lister pump. we have changed the layout a lil bit and ave added a water feature to make it a little bit different from your normal lister pumps that you see quite frequently on the rally fields.

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Aug 18 2012, 11:33

Looks great and that's some water feature. I like the idea of the mudguard turning to hold your entry number, all well thought out. Next we want a video showing your water feature see if you can chill out watching it, there's a guy that does the rallies around here has a water wheel, I could sit and watch it for hours very relaxing.

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a video

Post by lau1990 on Sat Aug 18 2012, 11:50

funny u should say tht I do ave a.video I will upload soon as im updated my.shearer atm Smile

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Re: My 1954 lister d and pump

Post by stationary stu on Sat Aug 18 2012, 12:17

Nice one Lau looking forward to seeing it. Very Happy

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