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Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Wed Feb 19 2014, 20:41

I am posting theses photos before Abes gives me a grief about not taking photos  Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing 
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Lewis MacRae on Wed Feb 19 2014, 21:04

What engine is that then chris?

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Wed Feb 19 2014, 22:26

I will let you boys work it out lol
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Lewis MacRae on Wed Feb 19 2014, 22:36

JONESEY wrote:I will let you boys work it out lol
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Is it a fuller and Johnson model nb 1 1/2?

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Wed Feb 19 2014, 22:41

Nope

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Lewis MacRae on Wed Feb 19 2014, 22:45

give us a clue!!!!

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Thu Feb 20 2014, 00:02

I will post some more photos when I have put more things back on
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by mike d on Thu Feb 20 2014, 13:25

its a witte B series.. come on you boys...
got one myself..

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Andrew1971 on Thu Feb 20 2014, 18:39

It's an open crank hit and miss engine + water cooled.
Me thinks i got it !!  
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Thu Feb 20 2014, 19:57

The old boy gets it right lol
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Bamfordlad on Thu Feb 20 2014, 20:00

Andrew1971 wrote:It's an open crank hit and miss engine + water cooled.
Me thinks i got it !!  
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Not hitnmiss but a throttle governed Witte Model B post 1923

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by mike d on Fri Feb 21 2014, 13:28

there nice engines, I sold my witte cheese wedge hopper one to abes (on here). wish I hadn't, that was a cracking engine. he's since sold it to a feller near him. wish I could of had it back.. oh well i will find another one some day... hopefully.

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Abes on Fri Feb 21 2014, 22:59

Looking great Chris wood I be right in saying its had a major overhaul then lol

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by mike d on Sat Feb 22 2014, 13:17

no abes just a normal restoration for Chris. he does them from top to bottom..
ive told him to start a service restoring engines, but he says he doesn't need the money and the agro. and I can vouch for him on that scale...

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by Hughesy on Tue Feb 25 2014, 21:44

Is that a nice weld there on the conrod I can see .

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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by JONESEY on Tue Feb 25 2014, 22:56

Yes the conrod as been made out of two different ones
It's got an aluminum piston I fitted a ford valve
It looks like this engine had been dumped in a river or some were there is not one piece that is not really pitted
Just a bit of tinkering with different parts I have lol
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Re: Another Engine to put in the shed

Post by mike d on Thu Feb 27 2014, 16:01

it always amazes me how they seem to go on for years . modern stuff wouldn't last as long for sure...

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