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Crossley and Magneto

Post by Mark2 on Sun Nov 27 2016, 21:50

Hi I am a new member here, I have a Crossley which is either a 1040 or 1050 as I am unsure at the moment. The Crossley has the magneto missing which I understand is Hills Bros.
Question to you, The Hills Bros magneto is quite hard to get get hold off, is there any other makes that are compatible to Hills Bros magneto for the Crossley ? Hope you can help. Thanks,
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Re: Crossley and Magneto

Post by Villiers on Sun Nov 27 2016, 23:15

BTH will also work.
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Post by Mark2 on Mon Nov 28 2016, 20:39

Thanks for replying so quick, and thank you for the advice.
I also have a part missing which I am unsure what is the correct name, so I wil post a photo of it .

If you know what the missing part called, perhaps you may know if you or someone may help locating that part.

Thanks for your help,
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Post by Villiers on Tue Nov 29 2016, 07:21

The missing part is called a carburetor. Not going to work without one of them....
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Post by Mark2 on Tue Nov 29 2016, 17:46

Thanks Villiers for confirming that it was called a carburetor, would you by any chance may have a photo of the carburetor or anyone else who could so i can keep a look out for one, it will turn up one day I hope !! Thanks guys

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