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Post by james154 on Fri Jul 26 2013, 11:00

I have just bought a small dumper with a Petters PH1 diesel can anyone please give me info on the engine or the dumper

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Re: petter PH1

Post by kevjhnsn on Fri Jul 26 2013, 15:01

sorry most dumpers have either listers, petters and any other aircooled diesel available
so it could be a thwaites,benford ,ramsomes ,bamford, smalley, winget barford ,muirhill ect ect ect

thwaites and benford and winget are the more common ones
1. is it 2 or 4 wheel drive
2. is it balance lever or hydrolic tip
3. is it rear wheel steer or pivot point steer
4 is there any id plates or lazer cut lettering on the chassis level areas
or on the diff housings and hub caps
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ive worked restored and converted many old dumpers over the years , even uprated one to 4 cylinder watercooled and 45mph with air brakes
for my dads contacting comany when i was a dumper driver and doing long distance dispersal of the soils ect
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Post by james154 on Fri Jul 26 2013, 17:02

2 wheel drive, balance lever tip, rear wheel steer the only plate on the dumper says casses no db 3063

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Re: petter PH1

Post by Villiers on Fri Jul 26 2013, 17:18

This is mine....



It is a Benford with a PH1, 8hp at 2000RPM, 3 forward, one reverse, rear wheel steer, trip tip and starts first swing, don't even use the de-compressor.

Very little room in the steering, brakes that don't and a very lively throttle:D 

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