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Forum: Lister A & B 22-11-16, 07:06 PM
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Posted By martinpaff
Yep - works now; runs well. Try this: ...

Yep - works now; runs well.

Try this:

http://www.stationary-engine.net/forum/picture.php?albumid=51&pictureid=5463

Type the bits with the square brackets; cut'n'paste the letters from your...
Forum: Lister A & B 22-11-16, 06:50 PM
Replies: 82
Views: 14,595
Posted By martinpaff
Not sorted - you've set the Vid to Private. ...

Not sorted - you've set the Vid to Private.

MP
Forum: Lister A & B 13-11-16, 11:11 AM
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Posted By martinpaff
If it seems a little tight include a small split...

If it seems a little tight include a small split ring in the length when you first run the engine. Once you have settled on the running speed that suits you, you should be able to tell if you can...
Forum: Lister A & B 22-10-16, 09:30 AM
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Posted By martinpaff
That looks very nice indeed - does you credit. ...

That looks very nice indeed - does you credit. Of course, that drain tap will have to go... :whistle:

You still have the excitement of installing transfers; I found doing the hopper was easier...
Forum: Lister A & B 19-01-16, 04:19 PM
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Posted By martinpaff
Hmmm... You haven't mentioned why the bungs...

Hmmm...

You haven't mentioned why the bungs have got to come out? Are you certain you can't avoid it? If it's just to lap the valve there is almost certainly a way round.

It might be better...
Forum: Lister A & B 10-08-15, 07:47 AM
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Posted By martinpaff
I don't believe the manufacturer ever painted the...

I don't believe the manufacturer ever painted the inside of the hopper. I suspect it was done during a previous restoration.

MP
Forum: Lister A & B 29-07-15, 07:34 AM
Replies: 82
Views: 14,595
Posted By martinpaff
Both suggestions are correct and will work. ...

Both suggestions are correct and will work. Under the brass cap you have a short stubby spring, pressing on a washer, which compresses the gland packing. If the packing has gone hard (quite likely)...
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