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Post by StewartH on Fri Jul 19 2013, 15:27

Hello to All,

I keep seeing reference to a website for all things related to Petter engines - serial number referencing, history, repair, general good hub of all things Petter - but it seems to be offline all the time - anybody got an idea whats happened to this resource?

the website was.... http://www.petternut.co.uk/

Any suggestions gratefully recieved - nothing specific at the moment - just building the library of web content/ contacts....

best

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Post by fowlerfan on Fri Jul 19 2013, 18:31

Hi, I have been in contact with Roland recently, unfortunately Petternut is likely to be offline for the foreseeable future.

If you have specific M type queries you could try the Helpline contacts through the Stationary Engine Magazine, or Roland does frequent the Internal Fire forum and may answer specific queries on there, however asking about his website is likely to be met with a similar response.  He has answered many of the common M type queries on IF forums so worth doing a search first as the answer may already be there.

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Re: Petternut off line

Post by StewartH on Mon Aug 05 2013, 10:42

Hi Dave - many thanks for this info - My intent was to get an idea of what support is out there (before I make that barn find purchase to restore) and as you say many of the questions have probably been answered anyway... I'll hunt them down in forums - and hope that we see petternut up and running again one day - a good resource by all accounts!

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Re: Petternut off line

Post by blackvanman on Mon Aug 05 2013, 11:25

fowlerfan wrote:Hi, I have been in contact with Roland recently, unfortunately Petternut is likely to be offline for the foreseeable future.

If you have specific M type queries you could try the Helpline contacts through the Stationary Engine Magazine, or Roland does frequent the Internal Fire forum and may answer specific queries on there, however asking about his website is likely to be met with a similar response.  He has answered many of the common M type queries on IF forums so worth doing a search first as the answer may already be there.

Regards Dave
Have sent you a pm.

But for anyone still looking for info, this may be usefull, its a server that takes snap shots of sites over time so you can look back at what was, even if the site is no longer up Smile

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.petternut.co.uk/

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Re: Petternut off line

Post by StewartH on Mon Aug 05 2013, 14:13

beyond useful Squire - thanks for the pointer - I didn't know that kind of thing existed!

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Re: Petternut off line

Post by fowlerfan on Mon Aug 05 2013, 16:34

I had no idea such an archive existed, very useful ! Replied to your PM Andy thanks.

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