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Lister D trolley remake

Post by rich07961 on Sun Jun 28 2015, 12:55

Thought I would have a go at replacing the trolley on my Lister D this weekend
a few mistakes made but none that will notice to much, next will be the Blake pump.

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Now all I have to do is get D on it without damaging trolley, another day when properly dry.

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by earlsinclare on Sun Jun 28 2015, 13:20

nice job....

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by Locknut on Sun Jun 28 2015, 18:21

A really good job there - the 'D' will look great on it. Good luck in transfering the 'D' to its new home!

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by StewartH on Mon Jun 29 2015, 10:30

Nicely finished chamfers - a pro job - what wood did you use? - it looks solid/ tight grained - oak or more exotic?.

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by rich07961 on Mon Jun 29 2015, 15:30

Hi Hamish,

It was Red wood from B&Q stained with oak and then yacht varnished, not the hardest of timber but does the job I think.
I used the plates from wickes tack welded to coach bolts to strengthen the bolt holes.
Thanks all for comments makes it all worthwhile when fellow engine enthusiasts like what you have done.

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by Woodsman on Tue Jun 30 2015, 08:11

Very nice job.

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by Nixie on Sun Jul 05 2015, 17:52

That's a very nice looking trolley. A good job well done.

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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by rich07961 on Tue Jul 07 2015, 16:47

Finally got D on trolley,decided to get a block and tackle best investment to date that's for sure.



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Re: Lister D trolley remake

Post by greasemonkey on Sat Jul 11 2015, 13:38

Great work. That looks superb. I face a similar job myself. I doubt I could do such a good job as you though. Very Happy

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