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my winter project

Post by lister on Sat Sep 19 2009, 19:12

this is my new project a 1929 lister d

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Re: my winter project

Post by lister on Sat Sep 19 2009, 19:13


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very nice early d

Post by RAB on Sat Sep 19 2009, 19:18

nice project, if you need any parts put what your after in wanted section sure we can help, i noticed you also have the ricardo head, another forum member has one aswell Very Happy

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Re: my winter project

Post by JONESEY on Sat Sep 19 2009, 19:20

That will keep you busy for the winter, is it seized ?
Do you have the Mag and fuel tank. Smile Smile Smile
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Re: my winter project

Post by lister on Sat Sep 19 2009, 19:53

its not seized, the valves are stuck open, i have got the mag, but need a fuel tank.

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Re: my winter project

Post by JONESEY on Sun Sep 20 2009, 20:53

Thats No problems tanks you should pick up easy.
I have seen them on E-Bay.
Valves stuck open the good thing you can get penitrating oil round them and you will free them off easy Smile
Sad The bad thing the valves and seats will problly need cutting in ,or a couple off days grinding.
Its all worth it in the end
Good Luck
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Re: my winter project

Post by Statman on Sun Sep 20 2009, 21:12

That looks a good restoration for the winter!!

I got a Ruston PB to restore in the winter!!

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