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1907 F-M T

Post by Triumphline on Sun Nov 01 2009, 22:02

I finally brought this one home again after it having been away from home for a while waiting for parts to be made. It made for a nice load in the back of the Nissan and a quick 700km one day trip.


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Re: 1907 F-M T

Post by Statman on Sun Nov 01 2009, 23:11

That looks like a interesting engine!!

So have you got all the required parts to make it run?

If so how long will it take to run?

Thanks for sharing this!

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one vital question needs to be answered

Post by RAB on Sun Nov 01 2009, 23:19

how did you get it in the boot on that angle, that must have taken loads of you to lift it, keep us upto date on how it goes looks very interesting project , thanks cheers

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Re: 1907 F-M T

Post by JONESEY on Mon Nov 02 2009, 08:06

That looks like a great project keep us posted.
Thanks for putting photos on
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Re: 1907 F-M T

Post by Triumphline on Mon Nov 02 2009, 09:45

We rolled the engine in on its flywheels with the cylinder horizontal and then lay it down. Getting it back out was a little harder as my trailer is in the garage at the moment blocking access to my engine crane. Thankfully my mate has a forklift and we rolled the engine back out onto a pallet on the forks and then into the toy box with my other engines.

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Good luck with the project

Post by RAB on Mon Nov 02 2009, 10:59

it looks a great project that piston is huge lol, keep us up to date

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Re: 1907 F-M T

Post by Triumphline on Mon Nov 02 2009, 11:02

The piston belongs to the little 3hp Austral. The piston and re-sleeved cylinder were picked up with a little detour on the same trip.

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