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Post by dursley dog on Wed Jan 09 2013, 18:33

Here's a couple of shots of my working engine (not for rallying ) a Lister LD1 . It drives my saw bench which gets used a lot at this time of year cutting wood for the log burner.As it makes a right racket when cutting I normally use it about once a week. Has anybody else got an engine that just works for a living.
Al [img:d8a3]http:///albums/a498/Keytoken/Sawbench003_zpsae964d22.jpg[/img:d8a3]

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Re: Working Engine

Post by matt86 on Wed Jan 09 2013, 19:19

Alwyn , i have not got a working engine , but im on the look out for a bench saw just keeping my eye out as after a smallish one nothing too big .

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Re: Working Engine

Post by nutgone on Wed Jan 09 2013, 23:04

If my neighbours lived a bit further away I would definitely have working engines, but where I live right now I wouldn't get away with it, although I'm considering one for an air compressor, as I doubt I would use it every day, so could probably get away with that.

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Re: Working Engine

Post by stationary stu on Thu Jan 10 2013, 11:54

It would be good to try and use a house that has all it's power and water supplied by engines doing what they were built for, I think the closest to get to that is a narrow-boat.
The only thing I use with an engine attached around the home is my grass strimmer and that doesn't like to work very much Crying or Very sad Laughing Laughing

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