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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by StewartH on Mon Sep 09 2013, 13:03

Good job and I take my hat off to you Squire - given the original condition lesser people would of given up! (me!) - am enjoying the thread - and looking forward to hearing about it!

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Mon Sep 09 2013, 20:45

Hi,

Thanks for messages, will hopefully post more photos at the weekend Smile Cool Laughing

Thanks.

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Andrew1971 on Tue Sep 10 2013, 16:17

Hi All
Get all the rubbish out of the sump before you go any further with painting. You dont want any bits in the oil. Thats what i would do i like playing safe with old engines.
But other wise you are doing a Bloody good with her.
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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sat Sep 14 2013, 17:49

Hi all
We have had a very busy we have clean and painted the carb, we have start to put it back together we put the piston in and all the stuff to make it turn over so we think, but will not turn over we are a bit confused??? Need help, we Broke one piston ring but we had on which is luckey, we painted all the part but not fuel tanks strips do we have brass ones are stick with old ones.







The painted carb and flywheel


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putting the piston in



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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by kevjhnsn on Sun Oct 27 2013, 00:56

hows the engine progressing boys
not heard an update on forum for a while mate
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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sun Oct 27 2013, 08:05

kevjhnsn wrote:hows the engine progressing boys
not heard an update on forum for a while mate
kev
Hi kev

It is been to wet with use to put the top coat of paint on . So the project has stopped for a couple of weeks.
Hopefully I can put the paint on soon.and get it up and running.

Thanks Ben

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sun Nov 10 2013, 16:31

hi all

sorry for no posts but there was only one job to do and it was top coat of paint.
does anyone no where top dead center is on the mag so we can get the right timing.

 



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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Nov 10 2013, 17:00

Looking good, Nice repair!

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sun Nov 10 2013, 17:19

Lewis MacRae wrote:Looking good, Nice repair!

thanks very much

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Nov 10 2013, 17:29

Is that been Sprayed?

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sun Nov 10 2013, 17:34

Lewis MacRae wrote:Is that been Sprayed?
yes we sprayed it

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by matt86 on Sun Nov 10 2013, 18:14

youve missed a bit  

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Villiers on Sun Nov 10 2013, 18:19

iagree lol! lol!

Inside the square bung above the flywheel and under the control rod for the carb...

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by matt86 on Sun Nov 10 2013, 18:45

Villiers wrote:iagree lol! lol!

Inside the square bung above the flywheel and under the control rod for the carb...
exactly where i thought Rob .

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Villiers on Sun Nov 10 2013, 18:50

Aaaannnnddddd.... Your throttle spring bolt is 90degrees out so you will faff the paint when you turn that to the right place.

I feel a bit mean picking faults but I have, sorry. Feel free to look at my threads and find fault with those.

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Sun Nov 10 2013, 19:05

Villiers wrote:Aaaannnnddddd.... Your throttle spring bolt is 90degrees out so you will faff the paint when you turn that to the right place.

I feel a bit mean picking faults but I have, sorry. Feel free to look at my threads and find fault with those.
We will be putting on a second coat of paint and waiting for the fuel tank to come so will need the paint out again.

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by kevjhnsn on Mon Nov 11 2013, 23:48

lister boy
what thinners are you using for top coat
to make sure my primmer dont react later
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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Lister boy on Tue Nov 12 2013, 06:41

kevjhnsn wrote:lister boy
what thinners are you using for top coat
to make sure my primmer dont react later
kev
Enamel Thinners PT8


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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by matt86 on Tue Nov 12 2013, 07:19

kevjhnsn wrote:lister boy
what thinners are you using for top coat
to make sure my primmer dont react later
kev
kev you can use synthetic thinners thats what i been recomended to use . worked fine

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Re: lister d project the rusted thing

Post by Jake Birrell on Wed Nov 13 2013, 23:18

Great job!

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