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Old 26-11-17, 04:53 PM   #11
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Very nice, and very early. It will as stated have a smaller crankshaft also a smaller big end, the piston will have no scraper rings and the compression rings deeper, the combustion chamber will have a different shaped entry point, Bakelite changeover valve wheel, wet injector, Bosch injector pump, combined fuel and oil pump from an L type (fuel side simply blanked off) and also the early type fuel filter casing among other things. I'm surprised to see the steel linkages to the fuel rack, mine which is a few engines later has a cast iron rocker but then I have never seen another like that and can see why Lister chose not to use them for long as they are very fragile. I did put a thread about my engine on the forum but now it has no pictures thanks to Photobucket!
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Old 27-11-17, 09:10 AM   #12
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I did put a thread about my engine on the forum but now it has no pictures thanks to Photobucket!
Photobucket pictures can be seen using the links mentioned here : http://www.stationary-engine.net/for...ad.php?t=44700

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Old 27-11-17, 06:47 PM   #13
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Very nice, and very early. It will as stated have a smaller crankshaft also a smaller big end, the piston will have no scraper rings and the compression rings deeper, the combustion chamber will have a different shaped entry point, Bakelite changeover valve wheel, wet injector, Bosch injector pump, combined fuel and oil pump from an L type (fuel side simply blanked off) and also the early type fuel filter casing among other things. I'm surprised to see the steel linkages to the fuel rack, mine which is a few engines later has a cast iron rocker but then I have never seen another like that and can see why Lister chose not to use them for long as they are very fragile. I did put a thread about my engine on the forum but now it has no pictures thanks to Photobucket!
Thank you Jamie that is very usefull information!
I hope to post some more pictures this week.
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Old 30-11-17, 07:36 PM   #14
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some more pictures.

No holes for a camshaft cover
Bosch fuel pump
Very dirty inside
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Old 30-11-17, 07:50 PM   #15
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The Original piston is knackered / cracked
The Original cylinder was cracked and welded (looks not too bad)
The head is Original and uses a wet injector. (missing)
The crankshaft is 2" and the big end is 2.5" and needs some cleaning up.
Flywheels have the same number as the engine plate.
The inside looks like a tarpit:mega
Parts are hard to find over here so i hope i can find some in the uk.
Please send me a PM if you can help
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Old 01-12-17, 09:27 AM   #16
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Sounds like it may have had a replacement crank at some point?

That would then require flywheels replacing or boring out, new big end etc etc. either the serial number has been swapped or that engine has received some fairly major work in its life.

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Old 01-12-17, 10:54 AM   #17
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Hi Paul,
For a 80 year+ engine that is certainly possible.
But The Lister CS story says on page 13 that:
From 1300 when the 2-inch diameter crankshaft was introduced etc etc.
Confusing???
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Old 01-12-17, 12:28 PM   #18
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Hi Paul,
For a 80 year+ engine that is certainly possible.
But The Lister CS story says on page 13 that:
From 1300 when the 2-inch diameter crancshaft was introduced etc etc.
Confusing???
Maybe not confusing, just me giving misleading advice.

Big end might still be smaller than later examples, but at least with that information, you can rule out it being a 1.75" crank.

Being heavily sludged inside is a very common CS trait, they never got cleaned out, and oil changes were usually oil top ups.

The sludge causes governor issues, as it seizes up the travel on the shaft, leading to ungoverened engines

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Old 07-12-17, 06:27 PM   #19
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Haddock are you Jarne? I have had a message through Ebay regarding parts to Holland. If so please let me know via the forum which parts you need and I will what I can do.
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Old 08-12-17, 10:40 AM   #20
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Hi Jamie,

Yes that is me
I will prepare a list.
It would be very nice to find some old parts in the UK

Regards Jarne.
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