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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 23 2013, 11:15

Mines an LB Chris. Crying or Very sad

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by Smitty on Wed Apr 24 2013, 15:26

Nice engines Chris,

I take it the other is a 3 hp?
Are the IHC's like ours scarce over there? The Listers sure are over here!
Thanks for showing the pics, John.

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by JONESEY on Wed Apr 24 2013, 22:44

They come. Up now and again
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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by Lewis MacRae on Fri Apr 26 2013, 19:42

Nice pair of engines there!

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by stationary stu on Sun Apr 28 2013, 13:01

JONESEY wrote:They come. Up now and again
Jonesey

I'm not to bothered just yet but once I get the engine up n running then I'll be on the hunt. Very Happy

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by Smitty on Tue Apr 30 2013, 03:03

stationary stu wrote:
JONESEY wrote:They come. Up now and again
Jonesey

I'm not to bothered just yet but once I get the engine up n running then I'll be on the hunt. Very Happy

Stu.

I did some looking for the lid and rocker cover Stu, but nothing's turned up sofar.
If I find something in good shape and fairly priced, I'll let you know.
John.

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by Smitty on Tue Apr 30 2013, 03:29

Well,

I'll be home around friday I suppose, and then I get to pick up my generator and try to make it
match the IHC LB.

I think the LB will probably be the better choice than the "D" for it as the generator looks closer to its age.
I'll have to think up a way to set up the generator tapered shaft so a flat belt pulley can be mounted up to it.
I'm sure that it would look good and more appropriate to the way the LB is configured.

Anyway.., I've been fairly busy out here (working my butt off to support the habit!) and thus not up to being online too much.
Should probably be back to normal by the week end.

Regards all, John.

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 30 2013, 10:44

Thanks for the kind offer John but I'm in no hurry.

The way you discribe the genny it sounds as if it might be better with the D but it's all down to what pulley you can get for it.

Sorry to hear your having to do some extra work to pay the bills but when needs must, don't over do things your not getting any younger Laughing Laughing Laughing

Have a safe trip and see you next weekend.

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Re: IHC type LB brought home.

Post by Smitty on Wed May 01 2013, 03:47

No problem Stu,

Just cruising the net and looking for parts, and I got to think on your comment about the bits.
Found some interesting things, but people seem to think that their bits are made of gold :stick lol:

Ref the genny, I may decide either way, it's to far ahead to worry over.

Regards, John.

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