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Post by listerman36 on Thu Oct 15 2009, 21:54

sorry about d on here should have been p5m regards graham

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Post by mike d on Thu Oct 15 2009, 22:01

that's another nice piece kit. were do you keep finding them???????

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Post by listerman36 on Thu Oct 15 2009, 22:14

my wife calls them junk , i go to farm sales and aggricutral auctions were you can pick up a bargain a lot less than ebay ect and i find not much compition from other engine people and farmers glad to get rid you would be supprised what is hidden away around farms some going to ruin , but they are worth a look regards graham

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never seen one of those before

Post by RAB on Fri Oct 16 2009, 03:00

although there was a rather large turner diesel at the west of england show, gained alot of intrest

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Re: stuart turner p5m

Post by Roadster on Fri Oct 16 2009, 18:25

Ryan,
The Turner you saw at the West of England rally was made by Turner Engineering of Wolverhampton nothing to do with Stuart Turner; although strangely enough both firms made 2 stroke diesels. I have one of the Stuart Turner H2M twin cyl. 2 stroke diesels.

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that clears that up

Post by RAB on Sat Oct 17 2009, 00:49

thanks mate. cheers cheers

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