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Lister d engine

Post by farmbloke on Tue Oct 14 2014, 21:10

Hi   Thinking of buying a lister d .  What,s the difference between a left and right crank engine ?
Which one is best ?  Will be driving a small water pump with it .

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Re: Lister d engine

Post by Villiers on Tue Oct 14 2014, 21:18

No physical difference, just the carb and exhaust is round the other way, on a "standard" engine the carb is on the left and on the "reverse" rotation engine it's on the right, and a different mag. As for what's best? a working one!

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Post by billypurves on Wed Oct 15 2014, 18:26

Buy a decent running engine, it will work out cheaper in the long run, especially for your first project.

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Post by farmbloke on Sun Oct 19 2014, 21:10

Thanks for the advice. Purchased 2 engines today, one is a 1930,s right hand engine and the other a 1940,s standard engine. Bought them as a job lot. Got them home and got them both running. Think i will need a few bits and bobs to improve them so i can take them to shows. Where is the best place to get parts. ??

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Re: Lister d engine

Post by StewartH on Mon Oct 20 2014, 13:07

Fleabay is a good start if you cant make it to any sort outs/ shows etc. although prices are a little inflated as the bidding fever takes over most sane people Smile

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http://www.classicenginesandspares.co.uk/

both have a small range of spares -

Of course your best bet is to put a 'Wanted' advert on this forum and reach a wide crowd who usually always have something to suit - or advice!

best

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