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Viilers engine identification

Post by Woodsman on Thu Oct 02 2014, 08:16

Yes, I know this is a Stationary engine forum - just ignore the wheels OK?
From a bit of surfing I believe this is a Villiers MK11. Can anyone confirm?. Any hints, tips, look out for, gotchas, manuals to aid renovation gratefully received.

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Re: Viilers engine identification

Post by kevjhnsn on Fri Oct 03 2014, 01:18

its a villiers 11C 2 stroke ,
fitted to the remains of a  allen sythe , F model of allen or oxford allen sythe,going off the daylight coming through the wheel and shape of wheel center , as the TS model, were solid centered  wheel and one continues curve.
tyre size is usually  2.75 x 21
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Post by Woodsman on Fri Oct 03 2014, 12:16

Hi Kev. Brilliant as usual. Manual seems a little hard to find though. Have tried most of the usual web sites without success.

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Post by Woodsman on Sat Oct 04 2014, 11:01

Hi Kev,
Are you sure about Model F - I was thinking T?


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Post by kevjhnsn on Sun Oct 05 2014, 00:20

thinking i was wrong to also from the new picture,
as the F has a 2x square bar  and the TS has the one flat plate down to cutter bar  Embarassed
will have a root and see if i have a manual for the 11c
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Re: Viilers engine identification

Post by Woodsman on Mon Oct 13 2014, 10:47

Top man. Thanks Kev.

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