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Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by pistolpete61 on Sun Apr 21 2013, 21:06





Hi all,
here are a couple of pics of the finished engine before the first test run, which I will put on here later,
should have it running some time this week.

Regards Peter Smile

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by matt86 on Sun Apr 21 2013, 21:12

Pete thats a cracking looking engine you have there mate ...

1 question whats the blue peice of rope about ???

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by stationary stu on Mon Apr 22 2013, 11:27

What a nice looking engine, out of all Amanco engine the 4 Mule Team has to be my favourite.

Fingers crossed it starts and runs well for you Pete and just the odd bit of adjustments is all it will need.

Looking forward to seeing a vid of it running, Very Happy

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by JONESEY on Mon Apr 22 2013, 18:38

Great looking engine Pete, bit big for me now getting old Laughing Laughing
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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by pistolpete61 on Mon Apr 22 2013, 21:15

matt86 wrote:Pete thats a cracking looking engine you have there mate ...

1 question whats the blue peice of rope about ???

matt

That bit of rope is the starting cord of course mate what did you think it was then !!!! Smile

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by pistolpete61 on Mon Apr 22 2013, 21:20

JONESEY wrote:Great looking engine Pete, bit big for me now getting old Laughing Laughing
Jonesey

Hi Chris,
Hope your ok mate and on the mend now,
what do you mean your to old for this engine your younger than me lol,
it is quite a lump I must of mit ,
soon as I get it running ile stick some vid of it on here for you all Very Happy

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by pistolpete61 on Mon Apr 22 2013, 21:24

stationary stu wrote:What a nice looking engine, out of all Amanco engine the 4 Mule Team has to be my favourite.

Fingers crossed it starts and runs well for you Pete and just the odd bit of adjustments is all it will need.

Looking forward to seeing a vid of it running, Very Happy

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Hi Stu,

Its starts ok stu its got s--t loads of compression just about get it over on the flywheels,
and the rings need bedding in yet !!,
need the right time to run it for a while im a bit built up were I live so need to do it when people are at work lol Smile .

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 23 2013, 11:05

Just drop the engine off here Pete and I'll run it in for you. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Might take years to bed in though affraid Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by pistolpete61 on Tue Apr 23 2013, 15:43

stationary stu wrote:Just drop the engine off here Pete and I'll run it in for you. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Might take years to bed in though affraid Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Ok then Stu no probs mate lol Smile

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Re: Amanco 4 Mule Team

Post by stationary stu on Thu Apr 25 2013, 12:28

lol! :stick lol: lol! :stick lol: lol! :stick lol: If you have anyothers that need me to do the same just drop them off as well I really don't mind Very Happy Wink Laughing Laughing Laughing

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