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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by matt86 on Wed Oct 23 2013, 20:31

same as i do with danish oil then ... but alot cheaper !

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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by Abes on Sun Nov 03 2013, 11:27

Bl**dy hell some bugger has nicked me engine



Oh no there it is LOL well after a lot of huffing and puffing the jobs a goodun and was quite surprised at how easy it is to move around



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Post by matt86 on Sun Nov 03 2013, 11:29

looks spot of abes ...

whats it like to lift one end ?

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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by Abes on Sun Nov 03 2013, 11:35

Little on the heavy side if I was being picky for about the first 6-8inchs then not to bad at all.
The other bonus is that when its on the bogey wheels all the oil splatter drains out instead of just sitting in there

matt86 wrote:looks spot of abes ...

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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Nov 03 2013, 12:10

Abes wrote:Bl**dy hell some bugger has nicked me engine



Oh no there it is LOL well after a lot of huffing and puffing the jobs a goodun and was quite surprised at how easy it is to move around


That engine suites that trolley abes!

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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by Abes on Sun Nov 03 2013, 12:21

Cheers mate must admit pleased with the way it turned out

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Re: Amanco Trolley

Post by matt86 on Sun Nov 03 2013, 13:06

Abes wrote:Little on the heavy side if I was being picky for about the first 6-8inchs then not to bad at all.
The other bonus is that when its on the bogey wheels all the oil splatter drains out instead of just sitting in there

matt86 wrote:looks spot of abes ...

whats it like to lift one end ?

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good thing too Abes these type of engine can be run on a slight slope and not splash oil fed so wont have a problem with oil starvation .

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