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Post by stationary stu on Thu Sep 10 2009, 17:07








This is what I've decided to start on next, a 1942 Lister D. The mag had no spark so I found a mag on another engine I had that once cleaned up had a good spark. Just need to put some spacers in to tighten up the chain and see about the carb. Once I get it running I'll strip it ready for painting.

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stu i have a mag gaurd

Post by RAB on Thu Sep 10 2009, 17:25

i noticed your mag gaurd is split, i have a spare you can have for free, just pm me your address and ill post it on, do you need any other bits. cheers cheers

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Re: Lister D project next

Post by JONESEY on Thu Sep 10 2009, 18:46

Stu send me a drawing and size's and I will make you a copper fuel pipe Smile
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i also have a exhaust, and a water tap alternative

Post by RAB on Thu Sep 10 2009, 18:58

you can have them aswell, exhaust aint the best be do for a temp fixture, had an alteranitve water tap made from scratch you can have that aswell

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Re: Lister D project next

Post by stationary stu on Thu Sep 10 2009, 19:34

Thanks for all your help guys. I have 4 fullish engines and most of the parts to make another 2. It's things like mags I'm short of. My idea is to get 1 up to show condition for myself then slowly do the others and sell them, once I find I don't have enough parts to make full engines I'll sell off the parts thats left. It's my way to make money to buy something else. I may take you up on the offer of a new pipe as mine are all kinked or bent badly. Anything I do need I'll post in the wanted section.

Thanks again for your offers,

Stu.

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Re: Lister D project next

Post by mike d on Thu Sep 10 2009, 20:22

hi STU
you better be careful what you say
your end up being inundated with LISTER D's lol! lol! lol! lol!
regards mike

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i know that feeling

Post by RAB on Fri Sep 11 2009, 03:16

had 3 here kicking around at one point , lol

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