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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Mar 30 2013, 18:49

a decent display board and with it running something should get people interested enough to talk to me about it. I would like it to run a vacuum pump of some kind.
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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by Abes on Sat Mar 30 2013, 19:01

mmmmmm black lol welcome to the dark side

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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by nutgone on Sat Mar 30 2013, 19:07

I've just been doing my exhibit log sheets for all my rally engines this year. Difficult to know what to put sometimes. Never seems to be enough space.

Have you got milking display stuff or something else to run off a vacuum pump? At the recent bring & buy down here there was a vacuum sheep sheerer for sale. I never even asked how much it was as I didn't have any money on me. Shame really, if I'd had some cash I would've bought it.

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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Mar 30 2013, 19:26

I have a collection of shearing stuff that I take to the agricultural shows, I take my petter a1 with alfa laval pump driving some wolseley vacuum clippers. so I think I would drive something similar from the coborn.
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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by nutgone on Sat Mar 30 2013, 19:50

earlsinclare wrote: I take my petter a1 with alfa laval pump driving some wolseley vacuum clippers. so I think I would drive something similar from the coborn.
Richard..

I was forgetting that Petter was yours. Something similar with this engine would look really good.

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Re: a trip to bradford.

Post by stationary stu on Sun Mar 31 2013, 12:50

Looking very well in it's little black number, another engine well done, I;m sure you'll get plenty of interest as it stands as there's not many Colburns around the shows.

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