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Re: national F type engine

Post by stationary stu on Mon Oct 01 2012, 10:06

Your National is running as sweet as a nut, sound very good.

Thanks for sharing your pics there's some good engines on show. Not sure how close I'd like to be to the Lister D with all the wires lay around if it starts to rain Laughing Laughing Laughing

Stu.

PS I found this not sure how close it is to you but I think you could get it cheap as I don't think he can sell it that easy. I have one similar and it cost me a fair bit, only thing is it's too bloody heavy for me to lift around. You could make an interesting light display with it. (Has to be worth a few £££'s scrap if no good)

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190733136151?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

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Re: national F type engine

Post by hob on Mon Oct 01 2012, 15:39

Stu i think it was all 12v lighting...............

east anglia could be anywhere within about 100 miles Rolling Eyes not to sure i'd be interested in running electrics as i know nothing about it. thanks for thinking of me though.........without you i would not have the wood planer. Very Happy

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Re: national F type engine

Post by Matth92 on Mon Oct 01 2012, 16:01

that runs lovely that does

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Re: national F type engine

Post by stationary stu on Tue Oct 02 2012, 09:26

hob wrote:Stu i think it was all 12v lighting...............

east anglia could be anywhere within about 100 miles Rolling Eyes not to sure i'd be interested in running electrics as i know nothing about it. thanks for thinking of me though.........without you i would not have the wood planer. Very Happy

That's a relief to know it's only 12v Laughing Laughing Laughing

Neville if I see something that looks as if it can be of use to someone and in there area I'll let them know oh and cheap Very Happy Glad the planner worked out at the end of the day it's up to you to say yes or no there's no pressure it's just a thought. If you were interested in the dynamo you could ask his location and I'm sure there's a few on here that could help with electrics but it's up to you what you want to take to shows, a dynamo and a few bulbs is not everyones cup of tea and having the planner that looks so good why bother with anything else.

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