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Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by lee_sayles on Wed May 30 2012, 11:47

Hi all Here's a few picks of my first engine Very Happy










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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by matt86 on Wed May 30 2012, 16:45

nice ruston you have there ..... any chance was it Phillip aka aircooled old engine ?

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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by lee_sayles on Wed May 30 2012, 21:36

Thank you and yes it was and to be honest i'm glad i went because i'm very happy with it Very Happy

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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by matt86 on Wed May 30 2012, 21:48

lee_sayles wrote:Thank you and yes it was and to be honest i'm glad i went because i'm very happy with it Very Happy

Glad you are Phillip is a nice chap . have plenty of time for him

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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by lee_sayles on Wed May 30 2012, 21:53

matt86 wrote:
lee_sayles wrote:Thank you and yes it was and to be honest i'm glad i went because i'm very happy with it Very Happy

Glad you are Phillip is a nice chap . have plenty of time for him

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Most definitely realy decent chap my friend bought a rolling mill off him a while ago was surprised it was him lol

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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by JONESEY on Wed May 30 2012, 23:41

Looks great
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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by stationary stu on Thu May 31 2012, 10:14

Great engine once sorted they run all day without any bother. Do you need to do much to it before it's sorted.

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Re: Ruston hornsby pt engine

Post by lee_sayles on Thu May 31 2012, 13:21

stationary stu wrote:Great engine once sorted they run all day without any bother. Do you need to do much to it before it's sorted.

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No when i got it, it started straight up just needs s lick of paint on the body and unfortuneatly ive recently found out that the fuel tap had been repaired before and it broke Sad also my friend tried to extend the fuel pipe for me and that broke as well other than that its a nice little engine very impressed with it.

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