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my new bamford and lister

Post by marknva on Sat Mar 22 2014, 11:36

i bought these the other week and the lister is the first engine ive owned and i like to see machines working so i bought the mill too

so heres a few pic of what ive done so far



































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Re: my new bamford and lister

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sat Mar 22 2014, 11:52

Hi, nice mills the bamfords! My one has a whole in the casting in the same place as yours, also would that D power it?

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Re: my new bamford and lister

Post by marknva on Sat Mar 22 2014, 12:18

Ive done a few test runs with it. It takes abit of time to build up to speed but then its ok. But the lister does have to work hard. Ive got a welder thats going to build the missing end plate. Ive seen a few that seem to break there

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Re: my new bamford and lister

Post by steve w on Sat Mar 22 2014, 16:36

your doing a great job, I like the way the trailer sides flap down.

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Re: my new bamford and lister

Post by marknva on Sat Mar 22 2014, 18:00

Cheers steve w it was abit of an after thought when I bolted it to the trailer I suddenly realised how do I get the grain in  lol! 

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Re: my new bamford and lister

Post by Locknut on Sat Mar 22 2014, 18:14

Hi. I echo what Steve W said - great job, and the side flaps are inspirational.My D powers my corn mill alright but I have to watch the rate I feed the corn into the grinding plates - too much and the D stalls,too slow and it takes for ever! Kev.

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